The Ravens are aging along their defensive line and need an infusion of young talent. Enagbare showcases a knack for penetrating beyond the line of scrimmage and disrupting offensive players' ability to execute plays. Moving with good balance, Enagbare is adept at attacking blockers with active hands and uncommon flexibility, which has led to 15 career sacks and 24 tackles for loss.
A three-year starter in one of the best offenses in college football says something about this promising tackle. He says even more with his play. There are very few at the college level who can move as well as he does at 6-5 and 320 pounds.
The Ravens don't mind investing first-round picks into the linebacker corps because they understand how important the position is to their defensive scheme. Brandon Smith is the most athletically gifted linebacker in this draft class and will make a great tandem with linebacker Patrick Queen.
Hill may be the only player who can challenge Stingley's status as the top athlete in this class. At The Opening event in high school, Hill posted a 4.3-second 40-yard dash, 4.13-second pro agility and 43.6-inch vertical. Hill has put those traits into action while primarily covering the slot in his 2021 true junior campaign, earning a 78.5 coverage grade overall this season. Specifically in the slot, Hill has seven forced incompletions and nine passing stops, ranking second and seventh in the FBS. He is versatile and a high-ceiling player in the 2022 class.
Following the offseason trade of Orlando Brown Jr. and the season-ending ankle injury to Ronnie Stanley, the Ravens have attempted to patch work their offensive tackle spots. They need depth along their offensive line. The 6-foot-7 Penning, a smashmouth blocker who plays through the whistle, fits the reputation of what Baltimore wants to do on offense.