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

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2022 NFL Draft - Round 1
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Round 4, Pick 128: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

While Kolar was picked above Isaiah Likely in the draft, it became clear very early on that he was an inferior athlete. While he is still a worthwhile blocker and could put up better numbers elsewhere, recording just 11 catches in two seasons isn't the production Baltimore hoped for.

Grade: D+

Round 4, Pick 130: Jordan Stout, P, Penn State

While it's always a risk drafting a punter, Stout has largely been a solid performer over the last two years. The fact Baltimore isn't entertaining the idea of getting some competition shows how much they believe in his thunderous right foot.

Grade: B

Round 4, Pick 139: Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

Likely has shown to be a tremendous receiving tight end in the league who is clamoring for a starting role. When Andrews went down last year, Likely caught five touchdowns in six games and made some big catches in the postseason. The Ravens will be shooting themselves in the foot if they don't get him on the field as much as possible next season.

Grade: A-

Round 4, Pick 141: Damarion Williams, CB, Houston

Williams missed essentially all of 2023 with an injury, but he showed enough promise during his 2022 season to warrant sticking around as a depth piece and special teamer. Perhaps a Geno Stone-like breakout will be enough to eventually improve his grade.

Grade: C+

Round 6, Pick 196: Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri

Badie was cut in the preseason and has spent most of his professional career on the Broncos practice squad. The smaller running back was a dice roll late, but it came up snake eyes for the Ravens.

Grade: F