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Report: Virginia tackle Morgan Moses visited Ravens

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The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson writes that Moses recently visited the organization.

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Now here's an interesting first-round possibility.

The Ravens trade back in the first round to target a tackle, not necessarily one they've been linked to the last few months. That's something that is all of a sudden on the radar given a recent report from The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Wilson reported that Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses took an official visit with the Ravens. At 6-6, 314 pounds, he'd certainly fill the immediate need at right tackle if the Ravens decided to select him with an early-round pick.

Moses has been anywhere from a first-rounder to a mid-second-round prospect. In the Baltimore Beatdown community draft, he was taken 19th overall. Though Moses played left tackle during his senior season this past year, he was a right tackle up until that point.

Here are some highlights of Moses with the Cavaliers:

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