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Draft Rumor Mill

Posted Apr 24, 2013

We’ll round up rumors and reports about visits, interviews and workouts leading up the draft.

Wednesday, April 24

Ravens Interested In Moving Up For LT?
The Ravens will be "keeping an eye on" Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson, reports The Baltimore Sun. Johnson is widely seen as the third-best left tackle in the draft, but also largely seen as a top-10 pick. That would mean the Ravens would have to likely trade future high picks to move that high.

Monday, April 8

Ravens Met With Clemson WR Hopkins, Baltimore Sun
The Ravens reportedly met with Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis in February. He is projected to be a late first-round pick and could be available to the Ravens at pick No. 32. He declared for the draft after a junior season where he caught 82 passes for 1,405 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Ravens Worked Out DE Williams, Baltimore Sun
Former Ohio State defensive end/linebacker Nathan Williams reportedly worked out with the Ravens, according to Aaron Wilson. He is considered to be a late-round prospect and possibly an undrafted free agent.

Ravens Interested In Alabama Defensive Lineman, Baltimore Sun
The Ravens have shown interest in Alabama defensive lineman Quinton Dial, a league source reportedly told Aaron Wilson. The 6-foot-6, 318-pound lineman is expected to get drafted in the late rounds, and has experience playing in both 3-4 and 4-3 schemes.

Tuesday, March 12

WR Austin To Work Out With Ravens, Baltimore Sun
West Virginia wide receiver and Baltimore native Tavon Austin is scheduled to work out with the Ravens in early April, a league source told The Sun. Quarterback Joe Flacco is reportedly expected to take part in the workouts. Austin, a Baltimore native, is a speedy playmaker who is rising up draft boards after an impressive combine where he confidently said he's the best all-around player in the draft.

Wednesday, Feb. 27

DE Jenkins On Ravens’ Radar, Baltimore Sun
The Ravens could go with a pass rusher early in the draft, and one of the players on their radar is Florida State defensive end Brandon Jenkins. The Ravens held a formal meeting with the pass rusher at the combine and he could help bolster the pass rush in the second or third round.

LB Te’o Met With Ravens, Baltimore Sun
The Notre Dame linebacker said that he had a formal interview with the Ravens during the NFL Scouting Combine. Te’o was one of the most-discussed and busiest prospects at the combine, as he met with 20 teams in Indianapolis.

Injured DE Carradine Met With Ravens, Baltimore Sun
In an effort to find a possible pass rusher in the first few rounds of the draft, the Ravens met with Florida State defensive end Cornellius “Tank” Carradine.  He’s coming off a torn ACL and is projected as a second or third round draft pick with a high ceiling.

Explosive WR Austin Met With Ravens, Baltimore Sun
West Virginia’s Tavon Austin attracted plenty of attention at the combine when he clocked a 4.34 time in the 40-yard dash. The Baltimore native met with the Ravens during his time at the combine and said that it would be a blessing to come back home and join the Ravens.

SMU DE Catches Ravens’ Eye, Baltimore Sun
SMU defensive end Margus Hunt was one of the physically more impressive players at the combine, measuring in at 6-foot-8, 277 pounds. He’s a defensive end and outside linebacker prospect and he said he had a formal meeting scheduled with the Ravens. The native of Estonia said he would love to join the Ravens.  

Carolina LB Meets With Ravens, Baltimore Sun
North Carolina linebacker Kevin Reddick met with Ravens Linebackers Coach Ted Monachino at the scouting combine. Reddick, who is projected as a third or fourth round pick, described the interview as a “good meeting.”

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