Ravens 7-round mock draft following the 2024 NFL Combine

Baltimore is in position to add some future stars.

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Round 4, Pick 131: Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

Since Fautanu went over so well, why not add his teammate to fill a more traditional backup tackle role? If the Ravens seem unmoved by backup OT Daniel Faalele once again, Rosengarten can fill in at right tackle while Fautanu takes his permanent spot on the left side of the Baltimore offensive line.

Rosengarten is one of the most athletic linemen in this class, as very few tackles in 2024 can get to the second level and be as effective as a run-blocker. On a Baltimore team that will run it more than pass-happy Washington, Rosengarten and Fautanu could lock up the tackle spots long-term.

The Baltimore Ravens could add Roger Rosengarten in the 2024 NFL Draft

Round 4, Pick 134 (Projected): Tyler Davis, IDL, Clemson

Even with Justin Madubuike all but a lock to return via the franchise tag, the Ravens wouldn't be viewed oddly if they make one more addition to their defensive line. While often overshadowed at Clemson by a superior prospect in teammate Ruke Orhorhoro, Davis may eventually become a starter in the NFL.

With 55 college games played, a very explosive first step, and enough power to knock even the sturdiest offensive linemen off their mark with his initial hand usage, Davis is a prospect worth sinking time and effort into developing. As an understudy for Madubuike, Davis could have the perfect mentor.