Ravens All-Big 12 7-Round Mock Draft features big names at OL, WR

The Ravens would fill some big needs in this mock draft.

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Round 4, Pick 130: Nelson Ceasar, EDGE, Houston

With or without Jadeveon Clowney coming back, the possible cut of Tyus Bowser and continued injuries haunting David Ojabo has Baltimore's depth at edge rusher looking paltry. Day 3 seems like the best time to take a backup who could eventually push for rotational snaps.

Ceasar took a big step forward as a pass rusher this season, using his quick first step and a wide array of advanced rush moves to get to the quarterback. His rookie year can be spent on getting bigger before his speedy style, filled with crafty plans of attack, is fully unleashed on the NFL.

Emani Bailey could be drafted by the Baltimore Ravens

Round 5, Pick 163: Emani Bailey, RB, TCU

Injuries to JK Dobbins (who may not return to the Ravens) and late-round steal Keaton Mitchell show both the need for one more running back to add to the mix and the fact that depth at this position is incredibly important for a team that runs like no other.

Bailey is a big-play back who has a surprising ability to break tackles for a smaller runner. While he might be a bit one-dimensional, the injury to Mitchell could leave the Baltimore running back room needing that extra dimension of pop that Bailey can help provide.