UNC tight end Eric Ebron says he'll visit the Ravens

Eric Ebron will visit the Ravens before the draft.

Will also visit three other teams.

Each team gets to welcome 30 visitors before the NFL draft.

We now know at least one of Baltimore's. On Wednesday, tight end North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron hopped on Pro Football Talk Live and revealed that one of the four visits he has lined up at this time is with the Baltimore Ravens.

In addition, Ebron will visit the Bills, Lions and Panthers.

He'll also attend the NFL draft, which would indicate he's expecting to go in the first round. It's very likely he does, given his status at the top tight end prospect that has scouts drooling at the possibility of working him into the passing game.

The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson later confirmed the visit will take place. The Ravens met with Ebron at the NFL combine.

The Ravens have the 17th overall pick in the draft and some draft experts are anticipating that Ebron will be off the board by then. He has the potential to be a top 10 pick.

Ebron would be a great addition to an offense steadily looking to improve. If he somehow falls to 17th overall, there's a good chance the Ravens take him.


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