Putting together your seven-round Ravens mock draft? Here's the full list of Baltimore's nine picks:
- First Round, No. 28
- Second Round, No. 55 (from Atlanta)
- Second Round, No. 60
- Third Round, No. 92
- Third Round, No. 106
- Fourth Round, No. 129 (from New England)
- Fourth Round, No. 143
- Fifth Round, No. 170 (from Minnesota)
- Seventh Round, No. 225
Of course, this could change. If history repeats itself, it will change.
General Manager Eric DeCosta has quickly gained a reputation for being someone that loves to maneuver around the board and find value.
The Ravens traded down once in the first round last year to take wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown. They traded up in the third round to grab wide receiver Miles Boykin.
Since 2010, the Ravens have traded back in the first round or out of it altogether five times.
Here's who has been picked at No. 28 over the past five years:
- 2019: DT Jeffrey Tillery, Notre Dame (Los Angeles Chargers)
- 2018: S Terrell Edmunds, Virginia Tech (Pittsburgh Steelers)
- 2017: DE Taco Charlton, Michigan (Dallas Cowboys)
- 2016: G Joshua Garnett, Stanford (San Francisco 49ers)
- 2015: G Laken Tomlinson, Duke (Detroit Lions)
Two inside linebackers have been frequently linked to the Ravens in mock drafts, but a host of players have been mentioned as possibilities with the 28thpick.