Ravens make aggressive trade in 2024 NFL Mock Draft after Derrick Henry signing

The Ravens might move around the draft order.

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Round 5, Pick 164: Delmar Glaze, IOL, Maryland

The local product could be a developmental tackle or a more immediate impact at one of the guard spots. Glaze is never going to win any agility drills, but he could be a John Simpson-type player who thrives in Baltimore's power running style based on his strength alone.

Round 6, Pick 218: Malik Mustapha, SAF, Wake Forest

Mustapha is a gamble on athleticism, as the 210-pound safety has often been clocked in the high 4.3s in the 40-yard dash. While his coverage skills could use some extra tuning, the Ravens wouldn't be looked at strangely for bringing in a premium athlete who could become an elite special teams player.

The Baltimore Ravens could draft Malik Mustapha

Round 7, Pick 228: Xavier Weaver, WR, Colorado

While Weaver may not have the freakish athleticism to end up as a top pick, Shedeur Sanders' top passing target last year is a solid route-runner with good hands that could play above his draft status if he ends up with a patient team. In the worst-case scenario, Weaver has special team potential.

Round 7, Pick 250: Eric Watts, DT, UConn

Watts is a productive player, but a tweener who isn't explosive enough to line up as a full-time edge and a bit too small for defensive tackle reps. The Ravens have had success with these types of players in the past, making him a possible seventh-round target.

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