NFL Draft Grades 2022: Re-grading Ravens' draft two years later

The Ravens knocked it out of the park
2022 NFL Draft - Round 1
2022 NFL Draft - Round 1 / David Becker/GettyImages
2 of 3

Round 2, Pick 45: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

Ojabo's torn Achilles at his Pro Day has unfortunately been the first in a long line of ailments that have kept him from reaching his full potential. While his lack of amazing production is by no means his fault, it's hard to look at a second-round pick who has played five games in two years and be happy with the pick.

Grade: C-

Round 3, Pick 76: Travis Jones, DT, UConn

The Ravens drafted Jones to be a solid run-stuffing tackle, and that's exactly what he has been up until this point in the pros. Perhaps he gets more playing time in his third season, as he is one of the strongest young linemen in the AFC and could help beef up Baltimore's average run defense.

Grade: B-

Round 4, Pick 110: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

On one hand, Faalele has only started one game in two years. On the other, the gargantuan right tackle is slated to fill in for Morgan Moses (at time of writing) and received a big vote of confidence from head coach John Harbaugh. 2024 will be a make-or-break season for Faalele.

Grade: C+

Round 4, Pick 119: Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

Seemingly one of the few Alabama defensive backs who hasn't panned out in the NFL, Armour-Davis' roster spot is in peril after only tallying 12 tackles in the NFL and rarely getting any defensive snaps. If Baltimore drafts a cornerback in 2024, his spot could be gone.

Grade: D