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.
2023 SEC Championship - Georgia v Alabama
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3. Amarius Mims, Georgia

Mims is this draft's ultimate boom-or-bust prospect. While his microscopic pressure rate allowed and 6-7, 340-pound frame makes him an All-Pro talent, the Ravens (and others) will be concerned about a lack of experience as a starter due to some injury problems that could come back in the pros.

Mims was borderline impossible to get around in true pass sets. He expertly blended a pro-ready frame with a surprising quickness that helped him deal with speedy SEC rushers who will join him in the pros. Mims going 30th overall would be a massive steal for Baltimore in a deep OT class.

JC Latham would start at right tackle for the Baltimore Ravens

2. JC Latham, Alabama

Latham is a pure right tackle, but he was a nigh-immovable object (outside of the Rose Bowl against Michigan) who likely won't be available when Baltimore picks unless DeCosta decides to trade up. Latham is similar to Mims in that his power in the upper body will be his main selling point to NFL teams.

Latham is a better pass blocker than he is a run blocker at this point, and he has won on raw physical dominance in college more than with technical excellence. Any team with confidence in their offensive coaching staff might be willing to take a chance on a terrific talent like Latham.