Entering the draft, the Ravens hold 10 draft selections. On Day 1, they are slated to pick at No. 14. On Day 2, they’ll hold one second-round pick (No. 45 overall) and two third-round selections (No. 76, No. 100). On Day 3, the Ravens boast five fourth-round selections (No. 110, No. 119, No. 128, No. 139, No. 141), along with a sixth-round selection (No. 197 overall). This could certainly change, as the Ravens are no strangers to trades both up and down.
This tracker will serve Ravens fans as a place to find who the team drafts, and what’s to come. With each pick will come links to articles we have, or will contribute regarding the incoming rookie class. It will be updated throughout the draft.
Round 1, Pick 14 — S Kyle Hamilton
- Baltimore Beatdown — Why the Ravens drafted safety Kyle Hamilton
- Big Blue View: Kyle Hamilton Prospect Profile
- The Ringer: Kyle Hamilton Is the Best Player in the NFL Draft. Why Won’t He Be the No. 1 Pick?
Round 1, Pick 25 — C Tyler Linderbaum
- Baltimore Beatdown — Why the Ravens drafted center Tyler Linderbaum
- Black Heart, Gold Pants — 2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Tyler Linderbaum
Ravens traded the No. 23 pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for the No. 25 and No. 130 pick.
Round 2, Pick 45 — OLB David Ojabo
- Maize N Brew — What David Ojabo brings to the Baltimore Ravens
- Baltimore Beatdown — Potential Ravens’ first-round draft target David Ojabo suffers a torn Achilles
Round 3, Pick 76 — DT Travis Jones
- Baltimore Beatdown — Ravens herald DT Travis Jones ‘unusual’ combination of strength, speed and stamina
Round 4, Pick 110 — OT Daniel Faalele
Round 4, Pick 119 — CB Jalyn Armour-Davis
Round 4, Pick 128 — TE Charlie Kolar
Round 4, Pick 130 — P Jordan Stout
- The Athletic — Jordan Stout has long prepared to become Penn State’s versatile specialist
- Black Shoe Diaries — So You Drafted Penn State Punter/Kicker Jordan Stout