Round 6: Isaiah Thomas
Thomas was rightly overshadowed by more polished defensive teammates at Oklahoma but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have the talent to become a quality contributor at the NFL level. He’s a live body along the defensive line who flashed plus athleticism for the Sooners.
The problem with Thomas is that he didn’t turn pressure into production often enough. Any team that spends a draft choice on him will believe they can drastically improve his technique. He’s the sort of lottery ticket the Ravens should acquire in Round 6.
Round 7: Jelani Woods
Mark Andrews does a lot of things well for Baltimore at the tight end position. One area in which he struggles is blocking. Adding a player like Woods who can give Baltimore a boost in the run game would represent excellent value in Round 7.
Woods also flashes the ability to be an above-average pass-catcher. He should go off the board before the final round, but the depth of tight ends in this year’s draft class might push him this far.