Is OT an early need for the Ravens in the draft?

After seeing Ricky Wagner leave in free agency, the Ravens might look for a replacement tackle in the NFL draft. PFF looks at some of the prime options.

| 4 weeks ago
(Jamie Squire, Getty Images)

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Is OT an early need for the Ravens in the draft?


  • The Ravens lost right tackle Ricky Wagner in free agency, with the 18th-highest-graded tackle (84.5) in the NFL last year taking his talents to Detroit and signing with the Lions.
  • Wisconsin’s Ryan Ramczyk was one of the most dominant run-blockers in the nation last year, and had a run-blocking success rate of 94.0 percent.
  • While Alabama’s Cam Robinson wasn’t a dominant run-blocker, he did impress in pass protection, allowing just one sack, two hits, and 10 hurries on 506 pass-blocking snaps in 2016.
  • Ultimately, with versatile lineman Alex Lewis lined up to start at either left guard or right tackle, the Ravens might look to the interior in the draft, but if they go tackle, both Ramczyk and Robinson could be first- or second-round targets.

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