Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Baltimore Ravens 2024 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 2.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft, we will update our Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Baltimore Ravens from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Ravens:

The Draft Network - Ryan Fowler (1/14)

32. Byron Murphy II, IDL, Texas

What a year it's been for the Baltimore defense. And what an unbelievable year it's' been for pending free agent Justin Madubuike within the guts of the front three. Similar in height/weight and skill set to that of Baltimore's former third-rounder, Byron Murphy II is one of the most explosive 3-techs in the nation. Should Madubuike depart, Murphy II can provide an immediate insurance plan for one of the league's most athletic front sevens.

San Diego Union-Tribune - Eddie Brown (1/12)

32. Troy Fautanu, IOL, Washington

Starting guards John Simpson and Kevin Zeitler will both be free agents in March. Fautanu's heavy hands and impressive athleticism has been on display at tackle for the Huskies the last two seasons, but less-than-ideal arm length might cause a team to kick him inside at the next level. Regardless, he has Pro Bowl-level talent.

The 33rd Team - Marcus Mosher (1/12)

32. Kris Jenkins, IDL, Michigan

The Baltimore Ravens love to build up their trenches, so why not draft a player from the Harbaugh pipeline again? Kris Jenkins excelled as a run defender at Michigan and would give Baltimore even more size and athleticism on its defensive line.

NBC Sports - Connor Rogers (1/11)

32. Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

The Ravens got a shifty, creative wide receiver in Zay Flowers last year in Round 1. Now, they grab a big-bodied, above-the-rim target in Keon Coleman. His play style fits with Lamar Jackson's ability to create magic out of structure.

ESPN - Jordan Reid (1/10)

31. Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

The Ravens like to continue building up strengths, and that's what they do here with Robinson. Baltimore has gotten a lot of pass-rush productivity out of Jadeveon Clowney (9.5 sacks) and Kyle Van Noy (9.0), but Robinson would make this defense even better. He is one of the most explosive players in this class. Yes, he had only four sacks in 10 games this season, but his 18.0% pressure rate ranked sixth among players with at least 150 pass-rush snaps. For Robinson to reach his full potential, he will need a situation where he isn't relied on as an immediate full-time starter, and this seems like a perfect match.

The Athletic - Nick Baumgardner (1/10)

32. Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Long, explosive and the owner of 4.3 speed, Mitchell had major (name, image and likeness-related) opportunities to leave Toledo and join an SEC team or another top-tier program this past offseason. He stuck with the Rockets and wound up as one of the nation's most productive man-coverage corners.

USA Today - Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz (1/9)

32. J.T. Tuimoloau, EDGE, Ohio State

Eric DeCosta has built one of the NFL's most formidable rosters by scooping up gems in the draft rather than forcing picks based on need. Here, that strategy points them toward Tuimoloau, a powerful if inconsistent force off the edge who should help replenish a pass rush that could lose Pro Bowl defensive tackle Justin Madubuike and Jadeveon Clowney in free agency.

Previous iterations of our mock draft roundup:

MORE TEAMS: All NFL Team Mock Draft Roundups

Check out more of our content:

Keep track of our site's updates: (1) follow us on Twitter, (2) like us on Facebook and/or (3) subscribe to our newsletter.