Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 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:
Pro Football Network - DiCecco (6/7)
30) Baltimore Ravens: Jay Tufele, DL USC
The Ravens are fairly deep across the board but opt to add to their defensive line contingent that features an intriguing blend of youthful talent behind their predominantly veteran starting unit. Tufele will thrive playing opposite Justin Madubuike for the next decade.
Fox Sports - McIntyre (6/7)
31. Baltimore Ravens -- Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State
Lamar Jackson is being blamed for the latest playoff loss, but his receivers really let him down. DeVonta Smith is an excellent route runner with great hands and tremendous run-after-catch ability.
Baltimore adds another offensive piece for Lamar Jackson. Teams in the NFL need three trusted wide receivers to be successful. Marquise Brown, Devin Duvernay and Ross would give them three pass-catchers who could make a difference.
CBS Sports - Trapasso (5/4)
30. Baltimore Ravens: Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse
All Cisco has done in his first two seasons at Syracuse is intercept 12 passes. Learning for a year or two from Earl Thomas would be amazing for this talented ball hawk.
PFF - Renner (4/30)
30. Baltimore Ravens -- S Jevon Holland, Oregon
You can't really coach instincts, and that's why it's a good thing that Holland clearly already has them. He's picked off nine passes and broken up 11 more in two seasons with the Ducks between safety and slot corner. His playmaking ability should be coveted in pretty much any defense, but he'd match especially well with the Ravens.
San Diego Union Tribune (4/29)
31. Baltimore (7/1) -- Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
Ronnie Stanley will be a free agent in 2021. According to Pro Football Focus, Eichenberg is one of just four returning Power 5 offensive tackles to rank in the Top 10 in run blocking and pass blocking.
SI - Hanson (4/27)
30. Baltimore Ravens: Hamsah Nasirildeen, S, Florida State
Tall for a safety (6'4”), Nasirildeen has the length and speed to excel covering tight ends. A productive player for the Seminoles--192 tackles and three interceptions over the past two seasons--Nasirildeen offers some intriguing upside as a defensive playmaker.
Bleacher Report - Miller (4/27)
30. Baltimore Ravens -- IDL LaBryan Ray, Alabama
The Ravens are the best drafting team in the NFL and continue that streak with a steal of a selection in this too-early prediction of 2021 with a young nose tackle who has big-time potential.
LaBryan Ray is the No. 2 defensive tackle in the 2021 class based on early looks, but he has the movement skills and power to shoot to the top of the board. Like many Alabama defensive linemen before him, he has the potential to play 3- or 5-technique. However, his athleticism at 6'5" and 292 pounds makes him more like Jonathan Allen than Raekwon Davis when comparing former Crimson Tide D-linemen.
SB Nation - Kadar (4/27)
30. Baltimore Ravens: Joe Tryon, Edge, Washington
The Ravens have a ton of high-priced free agents after this season, including pass rusher Matt Judon, wide receiver Willie Snead, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, and cornerbacks Jimmy Smith and Marlon Humphrey. That means they'll have a lot of tough decisions to make. Judon is on the franchise tag this season and could go elsewhere.
The Athletic - Brugler (4/27)
31. Baltimore Ravens -- *Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama
Barmore has only one start on his resume up to this point, but he routinely flashed on Alabama's 2019 film as a redshirt freshman. At 6-5 and 315 pounds with power and quickness, he is an ascending player who could put himself in the first-round discussion next season.
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