Mock Draft Monday  Priority on replacing Morgan Moses
The latest mock drafts predict the Ravens will address the void at right tackle early on.

The most common prospects projected for the Ravens in recent mock drafts include a Big 12 standout at right tackle and a top cornerback from the SEC last season.

The Ravens aim to infuse some youth into their cornerback position after losing Ronald Darby to the Jaguars in free agency.

Ennis Rakestraw Jr. may not have had outstanding test results, but his on-field performance speaks volumes.

No. 30 — Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

With emerging star Zay Flowers at receiver, the Ravens continue to build their passing game. McConkey’s speed and route-running abilities could add depth to the receiving corps.

No. 30 — Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Given the departures of Kevin Zeitler and Morgan Moses, Baltimore is in need of help on the offensive line. Graham Barton’s versatility makes him a valuable addition to fill multiple positions.

No. 30 — Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

As more value is placed on receivers late in the first round, the Ravens may benefit from adding a red zone threat like Adonai Mitchell to complement Lamar Jackson.

In summary, the Ravens are expected to focus on replenishing the right tackle position and strengthening other key areas in the upcoming draft.


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