Froton’s 2022 AFC Draft Grades

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Baltimore Ravens

Round 1 (14) – Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

Round 1 (25) – Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa

Round 2 (45) – David Ojabo, DE, Michigan

Round 3 (76) – Travis Jones, DT, Connecticut

Round 4 (110) – Daniel Faalele, OL, Minnesota

Round 4 (119) – Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

Round 4 (128) – Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

Round 4 (130) – Jordan Stout, K/P, Penn State

Round 4 (139) – Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

Round 4 (141) – Damarion Williams, CB, Houston

Round 6 (196) – Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri

Overview: Kyle Hamilton was considered a potential top-5 selection and one of the surest things in the 2022 class. To get him at 14 is an absolute coup for a Baltimore secondary that allowed a league-high 279 passing yards per game last year. Tyler Linderbaum is another blue-chip talent at a position that is not often prioritized by teams in the first round and should hold down their center spot for years to come. David Ojabo was my fourth ranked Edge before tearing his achilles at his pro day. He will pair with Odafe Oweh in 2023 to form an ultra-athletic and imposing pass rushing duo. With Marquise Brown getting shipped out to Arizona, the team pivoted to a 2011 New England Patriots-esque tight end heavy approach by taking both Charlie Kolar and Isaiah Likely to go with their current star tight end Mark Andrews. Both Senior Bowl standout Travis Jones and mammoth, 380 Pound right tackle Daniel Faalele were both projected to be taken way earlier than they ended up going. It’s hard to argue with the value…

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