Ravens add franchise RT, speedy WR, and backup QB in 7-round mock draft

The Ravens could load up on the offensive side of the ball

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Round 4, Pick 113: Beaux Limmer, IOL, Arkansas

Even if the Ravens plan to insert 2023 seventh-round pick Andrew Vorhees and longtime backup Ben Cleveland into starting roles, it would be wise to get a backup with potential. Limmer's phenomenal testing numbers backed up tape that made him look incredibly nimble and athletic.

Limmer is a high IQ player with solid technique and a gnarly demeanor that served a run-heavy Razorbacks team well. Once he gets a bit more muscular, Limmer should be the next man up in a Ravens culture that has produced multiple mid-round picks that eventually graduate to starting roles.

The Baltimore Ravens could draft Beaux Limmer in Round 4

Round 4, Pick 130: Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

If the Ravens don't add another veteran cornerback in free agency, it wouldn't be the worst idea to add another turnover generator after the loss of Geno Stone. Jones has long arms and a high motor, making him an absolute chore for anyone to get any air against in man coverage.

Jones makes up for a lack of tremendous athletic ability and long speed with some textbook technique and an aggressive demeanor. Jones will be a solid backup and special teamer in his first season before eventually graduating to an elevated role in Year 2.

Round 5, Pick 165: Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

Travis could be a long-term backup for Jackson after Tyler Huntley decided to leave for the rival Browns. Travis suffered a debilitating injury at the end of his illustrious Seminoles career, but all reports coming from his camp seem to suggest he is progressing nicely and should be ready for football very soon.

Travis is a smaller prospect without a howitzer of an arm, but he is deadly accurate on the move, willing to fit throws into right windows, and a terrific runner who could thrive in Baltimore's quarterback run game. Travis is a supercharged version of Huntley, which is needed to back up Jackson.