Ravens 7-round mock draft following the 2024 NFL Combine

Baltimore is in position to add some future stars.

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Round 5, Pick 164: Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

Baltimore must reckon with the fact that their top three sack producers from last season (Madubuike, Jadeveon Clowney, Kyle Van Noy) are all scheduled to hit free agency. Kamara recorded 13 sacks in his final collegiate season, largely on the back of his tremendous speed and motor.

At 6-1 and 250 pounds, Kamara will likely never be big enough to play all three downs in the NFL. While this could push him further down to Day 3, Kamar's pass-rush box of tools is much more intriguing than what most defensive ends have at this stage. In a specific role, the Rams product could thrive with the Ravens.

The Baltimore Ravens could select Mohamed Kamara in the 2024 NFL Draft

Round 7, Pick 226: Tyrice Knight, LB, UTEP

Baltimore will try to target a backup to likely starter Trenton Simpson in his second season, and Knight's ability to fly all over the field gives him the ability to succeed as either a Simpson stand-in should injuries start to take hold or a special teams ace that lingers for multiple consecutive years.

Round 7, Pick 248: Drake Stoops, WR, Oklahoma

While he didn't get invited to the Combine, Stoops is a legitimate NFL prospect and not just a coaches' son. Stoops is limited physically, but he can get open semi-regularly on shorter routes and has great hands. If Baltimore wants a WR5 and special teams gunner, they could do much worse than Stoops.