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Round 1 - Pick 27
KENTUCKY • SR • 6'5" / 345 LBS






Baltimore is committed to its identity as a run first team. Kinnard is a run blocker first and foremost, but he has steadily improved in pass protection. Although listed as a tackle, he is best suited to kick inside at the next level. When a healthy J.K. Dobbins returns, the Ravens could be a force on the ground.
I am not liking the sound of him.  We are set at guard.  They need tackles who can play tackle.
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27. Baltimore Ravens OT Trevor Penning Northern Iowa

"Despite an underwhelming and unorthodox season, Northern Iowa’s roster is home to several legitimate NFL Draft prospects. Trevor Penning may be the best of the group. The Panthers’ blindside protector boasts impressive size and excellent athletic traits."

58. Baltimore Ravens DT Devonte Wyatt Georgia

"Versatile defensive lineman who lines up anywhere five- to zero-technique for the Bulldogs. Wyatt has a quick first step, allowing him to attack gaps. Once at the outside shoulder of blockers, he uses a rip move to keep his frame clean."

89. Baltimore Ravens: OT Blake Freeland, BYU

"The BYU football program took off in 2020 behind an explosive offense that featured several breakout stars. One such player was Blake Freeland. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the Cougars’ standout’s game is the fact that he is still new to the tackle position. The former quarterback has grown in every game and experienced a significant jump between 2020 and 2021."

102*. Baltimore Ravens ILB Leo Chenal Wisconsin

"The University of Wisconsin has long been recognized for its hard-nosed playstyle on both sides of the ball. One player who has heavily contributed to the team’s defensive success since 2020 is Leo Chenal. A well-built linebacker, the 6020 and 261-pound defender moves well for his size."



Wow.   Build up the trenches.  Love the 2nd round pick.  We need a center I think bc I think Bozeman will be on the move.  I am impressed with this.  

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27. Baltimore Ravens | Minnesota OT Daniel Faalele

This offense has desperately missed the presence of Orlando Brown Jr. and Ronnie Stanley, making offensive tackle a huge need. Faalele is still learning how to use his ridiculously massive frame, but he’s got all the traits that made Brown such a dominant right tackle.

Looks like otis the consensus.   I like that.

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The Ravens love versatile and athletic secondary defenders — and that’s Brisker. He’s been consistent as can be, too, with overall grades of 82.0, 82.8 and 82.4 in his three seasons at Penn State.



I can see that.  We definitely need some help at safety.

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27) Baltimore Ravens: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

Arguably the top senior offensive tackle prospect in the draft heads to the Baltimore Ravens at No. 27. Trevor Penning is a terrific pass protector but an even better run blocker. His fit with the Ravens is perfect — he’ll routinely take two defenders out of the play, one at the first level and another at the second.


Liking this kid the more I read.

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Baltimore Ravens: Ikem Ekwonu, OT/G, N.C. State 
The Ravens signed a right tackle to replace Orlando Brown, but they need a long-term solution.

Ikem Ekwonu has gotten rave reviews from talent evaluators. Some project him as a late-first-round pick.

Baltimore Ravens: Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati 
The Ravens drafted Rashod Bateman in the first round, but they still could use another receiver.

The 6-3 Alec Pierce has a great size and speed combination.

Baltimore Ravens: D'Vonte Price, RB, Florida International 
We've learned that the Ravens don't have the best depth at running back behind J.K. Dobbins.

D'Vonte Price has a nice combination of size and quickness.


This is a horrific draft.  A questionable tackle.  There is no need at wr.   There is no need at rb.

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27. Baltimore Ravens: DeMarvin Leal, EDGE, Texas A&M

Baltimore has a couple of young and talented edge players in Odafe Oweh and Tyus Bowser, but they're scheduled to see Calais Campbell and Justin Houston walk this offseason. Leal would give the team depth at a spot where it likes to rotate bodies to keep rushers fresh. 



I don't get this pick.

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27. Baltimore Ravens

  • Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State (6-1, 200 pounds)

The Ravens could use an upgrade in safety as they haven't been the same since the Ed Reed days and didn't get what they needed from Earl Thomas. Brisker is adept at making plays all over the field with his great speed and range plus smarts to read quarterbacks well in coverage.


I just don't see this as an immediate need.

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25. Baltimore (8-4) — Daniel Faalele, T, Minnesota, Sr.

Alejandro Villanueva is signed through 2022, but there’s a potential out in his contract after this season. Faalele achored one of the best offensive lines in the nation this season. He’s a massive man — 6-foot-9, 379 pounds — who is relatively new to the sport. He grew up playing basketball and rugby in Australia. He learned football in 2016 so there’s a lot of clay to mold. Top needs: OL, CB, LB


very interesting.  Looking at this description could he be another Ogden? 

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Depnding on where the Ravens draft, and if Nakobe Dean falls to say 15 or lower, I would love to see them move up and draft him. As giod as Bynes and company have faired this year, they are limited and still struggling with consistency. Dean would fill the mike backer roll tremendously.

I know, the Ravens need ot, cb, edge rusher and maybe dt in the draft, pending what Williams does in the offseason.

But Dean is desperately needed...

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