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Ravens Draft Class Ranked No. 1 Among All NFL Teams

Baltimore had 11 picks.

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens have received glowing reviews for their 2022 draft class.

Gennaro Filice & Dan Parr, of, contend that Baltimore's draft was the best among all 32 teams.

"Oops, they did it again. In what is seemingly an annual tradition, the Ravens put on an exhibition when it comes to accumulating talent and finding value in the draft," Parr wrote. "Also, we should mention they were able to acquire a first-round pick for Marquise Brown (no Pro Bowl nods, average of 787 receiving yards per season), even though we’re not evaluating trades involving veteran players in these grades. 

"There’s a case to be made that they should have drafted a receiver after parting with Brown, but aside from that, general manager Eric DeCosta filled the team’s biggest needs." 

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The Ravens 2022 draft picks.

Round 1

No. 14 — Kyle Hamilton, safety, Notre Dame; (

25 — Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa

Round 2

45 — David Ojabo, Edge, Michigan

Round 3

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76 — Travis Jones, DT, UConn

Round 4

110 — Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota;

119 — Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama;

128 — Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State;

130 — Jordan Stout, P, Penn State;

139 — Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina;

141—, Damarion Williams, CB, Houston

Round 6

196 — Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri

"Using analyst Daniel Jeremiah’s prospect rankings as a guide, no team added more top-150 talent than Baltimore," Parr wrote. "The squad’s first pick of the draft set the tone for what was to come. Hamilton’s stock wasn’t helped by his timed speed at the NFL Scouting Combine and his pro day, but he was analyst Lance Zierlein’s highest-graded prospect this year. Jeremiah ranked him fifth overall. Landing him at No. 14 could prove to be a steal. The Ravens then selected the top center in the draft (Linderbaum), a player who was considered a likely top-15 pick prior to tearing his Achilles during his pro day (Ojabo) and one of the most dominant performers from the Reese’s Senior Bowl (Jones). 

"Their record six fourth-round picks yielded the massive Faalele, who could become a starting right tackle, and more good value in Armour-Davis, Kolar and Likely. Some people might not love going with a punter in Round 4, but I’m not going to argue about specialists with a team that has demonstrated it knows what it’s doing in that department. Baltimore might have just walked away with six or seven future starters. The Ravens let the board come to them and might just end up with an embarrassment of riches in a few years."