Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft 2.0: Do Ravens draft a Quarterback?

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Colby Wooden, Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens Round 4, Pick 124: Colby Wooden, DL, Auburn

After the Baltimore Ravens lost Calais Campbell, they could use a versatile piece upfront. Colby Wooden makes a lot of sense, and is exactly the type of lineman the Ravens need. Wooden is technically an edge, but much more in the Pernell McPhee or Za'Darius Smith way than the speed rusher like Odafe Oweh. In fact, Wooden played up and down the defensive line for the Auburn defense.

This is the part of the draft where guys like McPhee and Smith go. They were tweeners, and could play inside or outside. They needed the right fit, and the Ravens are just that for someone like Colby Wooden in round four.

Baltimore Ravens Round 5, Pick 157: Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA

The Baltimore Ravens said that while they like the top four, they see value at quarterback beyond the top four. Dorian Thompson-Robinson would be the best fit on day three. DTR could run a similar offense to Lamar Jackson.

So, if the Ravens keep Jackson, DTR could compete with Tyler Huntley. A third string quarterback in the fifth round is fine. Thompson-Robinson can sit a year, then they can move on from Huntley and he can be the backup. Or, if Lamar Jackson is gone, the Ravens may have a pivot here. Is this the next Dak Prescott? If not, they can at least run a similar offense, and the combination of Huntley and Thompson-Robinson could lead them to drafting their guy in 2024.

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Baltimore Ravens Round 6, Pick 199: Sidy Sow, G, Eastern Michigan

With the loss of Ben Power, the Ravens have Ben Cleveland, but need to add some depth to the interior. Sidy Sow is a power player who would be a great addition on day three. He has a real chance to make an NFL roster.