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No. 199 (via San Francisco): Justice Cunningham, TE, South Carolina
No. 200: Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
No. 203 (compensatory): Ryan Jensen, OG, Colorado State-Pueblo
Justice Cunningam is a terrific blocking tight end, which the Ravens do not have in either Dennis Pitta or Ed Dickson. Cunningham is also a solid receiver, but he is underwhelming as an athlete. He's a solid route runner, which will help him in the NFL, but because of his lack of athleticism, he will struggle to consistently get open. However, Cunningham offers potential as a blocking tight end, and can even serve as a potential backup plan if either Dickson or Pitta leave in free agency next offseason.
Kwame Geathers is another player the Ravens have had contact with this offseason that would instantly add depth to their interior defensive line. The 3-4 end positions in the Ravens defense are stacked with talent, but after Haloti Ngata and Terrence Cody, there isn’t anyone else who could play nose tackle.
Geathers split playing time at Georgia with John Jenkins, who will be picked in the first two days of the draft, so he didn’t really have much time to show what he’s capable of. However, the physical tools are certainly there for him to become a solid player.
Ryan Jensen first came on the radar of most draftniks at the Colorado pro day where he met with several teams, including the Ravens. The Ravens need depth on their offensive line, and Jensen seems like he has potential (although admittedly, I’ve never seen a Colorado State-Pueblo football game). However, Jensen has all the measurables you look for in a guard, and he could be a good late-round flier for the Ravens.