The Oklahoma offensive linemen talked about joining his college teammates in Baltimore.
The sixth-round spoke with the Baltimore media on a conference call after becoming the final selection in the Ravens' 2019 draft class.
The Oklahoma State running back said he prides himself on being versatile and is excited to join up with Lamar Jackson.
The big-bodied, fast wide receiver from Notre Dame is excited to build chemistry with quarterback Lamar Jackson while improving his own game.
Minutes after being drafted by the Ravens, defensive end Jaylon Ferguson answers questions from the media.
The New Mexico State product talked about his breakout senior year and called being drafted by the Ravens a 'dream come true.'
The UCLA product is happy to a join a defensive tradition of excellent linebacker play from past players like Ray Lewis and C.J. Mosley.
The Alabama product is excited to reunite with his former teammate and friend Marlon Humphrey.
The Ravens' newest tight end said he had a feeling he might end up in Baltimore. He explained how his professional baseball career prepared him for the NFL.
The guys discuss why picking Marlon Humphrey surprised a lot of fans (2:55), why the Ravens didn't pick a wide receiver (7:48) and what happens next on the offensive line (19:11). Plus, why Garrett owes Mink a dollar (9:05).
The sixth-round Virginia Tech safety said he made his way on special teams early in his college career and expects to do the same in Baltimore.
Baltimore's fifth-round pick talks about his background from London, how he had a hunch he could end up a Raven and how he thinks he'll fit in to the offensive line.
Fourth-round guard Nico Siragusa says he's been getting questions about whether he's Tony Siragusa's son his entire life. He said he had no idea the Ravens were interested, but can help them at guard or center.
Alabama pass rusher Tim Williams talks about bringing a championship pedigree to Baltimore, the feeling that he was destined to be a Raven and his pre-draft visit.
The Michigan defensive end talks about going from one Harbaugh to another, what fans can expect from him and joining the Ravens' rich defensive tradition.
Houston outside linebacker Tyus Bowser said he admires outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and will get after quarterbacks any way he can.
The Ravens' first-round pick said he was surprised when Baltimore drafted him at No. 16, but not that he was the first Alabama player off the board. Humphrey talked about how he improved during his two years on the field.
The guys reveal who they think the Ravens will take with each of their seven picks, and they of course trash talk each other in the process. Garrett has the historical edge, but Mink's ready to go 7-for-7 this year (eh, probably not).
Director of College Scouting Joe Hortiz explains what it's like in the Ravens' draft room on draft night (5:30), reveals his highest-graded pick ever (6:55), tells his classic scouting car accident story (14:49) and talks draft WR, OL, OLB and CB (27:20).
Ravens Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta opens up about how he rose up the scouting ranks (3:52), why his kids say he's a freak (12:33) and some of his best office pranks (15:24). Oh, and he talks in-depth about this year's draft (20:00)