Ranking 5 best offensive tackle options for Ravens in 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens have the chance to add a starter at No. 30 overall.
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The Baltimore Ravens aren't in a position to just sit back and take the best player available in the 2024 NFL Draft, as their offensive line losing three starters while retaining an aging veteran at left tackle should prompt Eric DeCosta to target a premier offensive lineman early in the festivities.

With Ronnie Stanley fresh off a decline in production and Morgan Moses now a member of the New York Jets, the Ravens could be in the market for an offensive tackle. John Harbaugh may have confidence in Daniel Faalele, but a more practical long-term solution might be needed for Baltimore.

Notre Dame's Joe Alt has emerged as the top offensive tackle in this class, and there is a fun battle emerging between Penn State's Olu Fashanu and Oregon State's Taliese Fuaga for the OT2 designation. Beyond that, at least seven different tackles have been projected to be picked in the first round.

If the Ravens are going to address their sudden lack of depth on the offensive line with the No. 30 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, these five players would be ideal selections for DeCosta. These players raneg from raw athletic toolboxes to more refined players who could jump in right away.

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5. Jordan Morgan, Arizona

Morgan has been regarded as a second-round pick for most of his pre-draft process, but he is starting to creep into the very end of the first round in the eyes of some. Morgan is a tremendous athlete with some of the mobility, change of direction skills, and second-level blocking in this class.

Morgan doesn't have great length or hand placement at the moment, but neither of those flaws are big enough to prevent him from being picked in the first round. Morgan could be a backup as a rookie and eventually take over for Stanley if the Ravens plan to move on after the 2024 season.

Tyler Guyton could be a solid starter for the Baltimore Ravens

4. Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma

Oklahoma OL coach Bill Bedenbaugh, who has coached high-end pros like Creed Humphrey and Orlando Brown Jr, declared Guyton to be "one of the most talented guys I've ever seen." After dominating at the Senior Bowl, Guyton appears to have cemented himself as a Round 1 lock.

Guyton is inexperienced as a tackle, as he has just one year of high-end starting experience and came into college as a defensive end. If the Ravens are ready to work with him, taking Guyton at 30 might help them add yet another Pro Bowler to their growing stable over the years.