In its latest projection, SB Nation's Mocking the Draft has the Ravens taking Alabama OT Cyrus Kouandjio and here's why:
"Both of Baltimore's starting offensive tackles – Eugene Monroe and Michael Oher – are free agents. At this point in their careers, Kouandjio is better than both of them. He's a high-upside blocker who likes to get physical and maul defensive linemen. In other words, a perfect fit in the AFC North."
The Ravens do need help on the offensive line and grabbing a tackle could aid the unit. Kouandjio could play on the right side with Monroe manning the left (assuming he's re-signed and Oher walks). Kelechi Osemele would then stay at left guard with the Ravens needing to figure out what to do at center.
Kouandjio is a big, powerful tackle with a lot of upside. Highlights of linemen are tough to come by, but here's one from last year's season opener against Virginia Tech: