Best Players Remaining Ravens must target on Day 3 of the NFL Draft

The Ravens could still add multiple key players on Day 3.
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The Baltimore Ravens can take solace in the fact they have largely knocked it out of the park in the 2024 NFL Draft after the first two days. The Ravens came into the draft with four big holes they needed to fill, and they have already checked three of those boxes.

After adding a high-end outside cornerback in Clemson's Nate Wiggins, a potential starting right tackle in Washington's Roger Rosengarten, and a speedy pass rusher in Penn State's Adisa Isaac, Eric DeCosta is now in a position to make Baltimore's depth as effective as humanly possible.

The Ravens are not a team that shies away from taking the best player available. If they go BPA in the final few rounds, one of these five players could end up putting on Ravens purple and further reinforcing what is already a very strong draft class.

Best Players Remaining Baltimore Ravens could pick on Day 3 of 2024 NFL Draft

5. Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

The Ravens may need to take a risk on a receiver if they want to make the offense as deep as possible next year, and there is no better wideout prospect in this class if you want a gigantic red zone weapon than Wilson. You can't coach being 6-6 and 231 pounds with long arms and some above-average speed.

Wilson is never going to be an amazing route-runner, but the Ravens have two other receivers who can separate at the line of scrimmage in Zay Flowers and Rashod Bateman. If Baltimore believes in how deep this class is, Wilson should be considered as one of the premier targets for early in the fourth round.

The Baltimore Ravens could pick Johnny Wilson in the 2024 NFL Draft

4. Sedrick Van Pran, IOL, Georgia

Should the Ravens want to keep adding to their offensive line after the Rosengarten pick, the best course of action would be to get some competition for Andrew Vorhees and Ben Cleveland at the guard spots. Van Pran played center in college, but he is a good enough athlete to warrant a position change.

Van Pran has years of experience as both a worthwhile run blocker and solid pass protector against future NFL players in the SEC, and the Ravens have typically placed a ton of value on players who can produce at blue-blood programs. Van Pran will be an excellent backup as a rookie with room to grow.