The Ravens could use an offensive lineman from this draft class, whether its at tackle or in the interior.
Here are a few of the standouts from the NFL combine:
Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan
Though the 40-yard dash is an overrated combine measurable for offensive lineman, Lewan's 4.87 in the drill certainly stands out. He also put up 29 reps in the bench press (225 pounds) and ran a 7.39 in the cone drill. He has a great vertical jump, posting a 30.5 feet. Lewan's broad jump was also a combine-best at 9 feet 9 inches. His stock will likely rise as a result.
North Carolina offensive guard/center Russell Bodine
The projected mid-to-late rounder showed off his strength in the bench press, posting a combine-best 42 reps among offensive linemen. Four players tied for second-best with 36. Bodine jumped 29 feet in the vertical jump and posted a 9-1 in the broad jump.
Mississippi State offensive guard Gabe Jackson
Jackson posted 30 reps in the bench press and had a great broad jump with a mark of 9-0. Jackson is a second-to-third round option and could help the Ravens along the interior. He also showed his athleticism with a 29-foot vertical jump.
Oklahoma center Gabe Ikard
Ikard proved he has some agility, posting combine-bests in the 20-yard shuttle (4.37) and the three-cone drill (7.30). Ikard also ran the 40-yard dash in 5.13, which ranked 13th at the combine. Ikard figures to be a mid-round prospect at a position that could use some competition this offseason.