Baltimore Ravens 7-round 2020 NFL mock draft: Continuing to build

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Here is a seven-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft for the Baltimore Ravens.

What was a magic carpet ride of a season ultimately ended in heartbreak for the 2019 Baltimore Ravens. On last Saturday’s AFC Divisional matchup, the 14-2 Baltimore Ravens fell to the 9-7 Tennessee Titans in one of the biggest upsets on the 2019 NFL season. Going one and done in the playoffs, the Baltimore Ravens can now officially set their sights on free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft.

Despite ending the season on a sour note, the Baltimore Ravens had one of the best years in franchise history. The Ravens finished with the NFL’s best overall offense while ranking first in the league in rushing yards according to  The defense, while getting off to a slow start, ended finishing as a top 3 unit in the NFL due in part to midseason additions such as Marcus Peters and Josh Bynes.

However, the star of the 2019 Baltimore Ravens was quarterback Lamar Jackson, who took major strides in his second season. Jackson finished the year with a 36-6 TD-INT ratio, 3127 passing yards, and a 66.1 completion percentage, earning him a Pro Bowl nod as well as All-Pro Honors.  The Baltimore Ravens also saw big years from free-agent running back Mark Ingram, second-year tight end Mark Andrews, and third-year cornerback Marlon Humphrey.

While the Baltimore Ravens possess a very nice young core, there are still a few holes on this roster that need to be addressed if they want to sustain long-term success. Going forward, they should address positions such as the pass rush, inside linebacker and wide receiver to name a few.

Currently, the Baltimore Ravens pick 28th in the first round and have a total of six picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, which that number should increase a bit once compensatory picks are announced. So with that, here is a 2020 seven-round mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens.

Note: This mock draft was constructed using The Draft Network’s Mock Draft Machine

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