2014 Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition

2014 Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition

2014 Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition
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The Baltimore Ravens have been patient and shrewd in free agency, letting some of their guys test the market before signing them to a deal. There is a little less than two months before the NFL Draft begins on May 8 so a lot can still happen, but here is the latest mock draft for the Ravens based on their moves so far in free agency and what I expect them to do in the next few weeks.

Round 1: Aaron Donald: DT – Pittsburgh

Aaron Donald: DT – Pittsburgh
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Round 1: Aaron Donald: DT – Pittsburgh

Aaron Donald: DT – Pittsburgh
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The Ravens just lost Arthur Jones to the Colts, and Aaron Donald can be his replacement. Donald is a ferocious pass rusher who will wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks.

Round 2: Antonio Richardson: OT - Tennessee

Antonio Richardson: OT - Tennessee
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Round 2: Antonio Richardson: OT - Tennessee

Antonio Richardson: OT - Tennessee
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With the Ravens looking to upgrade the right tackle position, Antonio Richardson could come into play. He is a monster on the line and will be able to transition nicely into the NFL.

Round 3: Jarvis Landry: WR – LSU

Jarvis Landry: WR – LSU
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Round 3: Jarvis Landry: WR – LSU

Jarvis Landry: WR – LSU
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Jarvis Landry isn’t overpowering, but he excels in short crossing routes. He won’t be a vertical threat, but he's your ideal possession receiver with a nice home in the slot or as the No. 2 receiver.

Round 6: Chris Davis: CB - Auburn

Chris Davis: CB - Auburn
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Round 6: Chris Davis: CB - Auburn

Chris Davis: CB - Auburn
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The Ravens do not have a pick in the fourth and fifth round due to the Eugene Monroe trade from last year. They lost Corey Graham in free agency, and Chris Davis is perfect to replace him.

Round 7: Wesley Johnson: OT – Vanderbilt

Wesley Johnson: OT – Vanderbilt
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Round 7: Wesley Johnson: OT – Vanderbilt

Wesley Johnson: OT – Vanderbilt
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When drafting on the offensive lines, I believe that teams should double down in positions. Wesley Johnson will provide solid depth in the trenches.


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