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After being declared the hottest team in the regular season, boasting MVP Lamar Jackson, and high hopes the Ravens’ season came to a screeching halt. They ultimately couldn’t overcome the Chiefs in the AFC Championship. Looking to the future of this team is interesting as they have 20 total free agents set to hit the market at the start of the league year.

Notable free agents: J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, Patrick Queen, Justin Madubuike, Geno Stone, Jadeveon Clowney, Daryl Worley, O’dell Beckham Jr.

The loss of DC Mike Macdonald paired with a lot of defensive free agents instantly set my sights a little more on defensive prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Baltimore Ravens 2024 Mock Draft

1-30:Darius Robinson, DE, Missouri

As mentioned above, the loss of Macdonald + free agent departures could be felt. Robinson was a Senior Bowl standout with a massive wingspan and would add major talent to this pass rush.

2-62: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

There is some injury concern when it comes to Ronnie Staley. Paul could be a great investment for the future of this line.

3-93: Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

Shipley is a great three-down back who is also a good blocker. In the event they cannot re-sign Dobbins and/or Edwards, he would be a fun fit into this offense led by Lamar Jackson.

4-131: Jaylan Ford, LB, Texas

Though he isn’t the most athletic prospect, his strengths amass any of his weaknesses. Ford is a well-rounded linebacker who could develop into a special player. Don’t discount his special teams experience either.

4-134: Jordan Whittington, WR, Texas

Hook em’ horns, am I right? With these back-to-back selections out of Austin, Jordan Whittington comes with  impressive experience playing 41 total games. He is extremely athletic and versatile as he not only lines up as receiver but can jump in as a running back. In a year where the Ravens need to reload at a few skill positions, he gives you flexibility to work him into the offense in multiple ways.

5-164: Chau Smith-Wade, CB, Washington State

Baltimore has five free-agent cornerbacks so the need to reload the pipeline is there. Smith-Wade out of WSU is known for his coverage flexibility paired with his coverage IQ.

7-226 (via NYJ): Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

Similar to their cornerback situation heading into FA, Baltimore has some decisions to make with their secondary. Another downfield dream would be snagging the safety out of OSU. His size meshed with his motor is a savory connection. His physicality would make DC Zach Orr a happy man.

7-248: Trevor Keegan, iOL, Michigan

With the long-term deal signed in 2023 for MVP Lamar Jackson, keeping the offensive line stout is about as important as anything. Keegan is extremely versatile as he is able to take snaps at both center and guard.

Ravens Flock, what are your thoughts? Let us know on X @DraftCountdown!

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