Re-grading the 2022 NFL Draft Classes: AFC North

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Re-grading the 2022 NFL Draft Classes: AFC North


Re-grading the 2022 NFL Draft Classes: AFC North


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Baltimore Ravens

1.14: Kyle Hamilton, Safety

1.25: Tyler Linderbaum, Center

2.45: David Ojabo, Edge Rusher

3.76: Travis Jones, Nose Tackle

4.110: Daniel Faalele, Offensive Tackle

4.119: Jalyn Armour-Davis, Cornerback

4.128: Charlie Kolar, Tight End

4.130: Jordan Stout, Punter

4.139: Isaiah Likely, Tight End

4.141: Pepe Williams, Cornerback

6.196: Tyler Badie, Running Back

Grade: A

It was clear immediately after the draft that Eric DeCosta and the Ravens absolutely nailed the draft. They grabbed two high-level starters in the first round and acquired depth at nearly every position of need down the board. Not drafting a single wide receiver (although Isaiah Likely is effectively one) and taking a punter in the fourth round who was not even one of the top two punters in the class hurts, but it is also nitpicking. Every pick from rounds one to four has a chance to be a contributor next season. If David Ojabo can break out in his first full season next year, this could be the best draft class of any team.

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