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No. 129: Reid Fragel, OT, Ohio State
Fragel is one of the most intriguing offensive line prospects remaining in the draft. He was considered a mid-third to mid-fourth round pick, so it's possible the Ravens will use two of their remaining tradable picks to move up and grab him.
Fragel is a converted tight end who has added weight and learned to play tackle for Ohio State. He's still very raw but offers a lot of potential as a future left tackle prospect. The Ravens desperately need a left tackle, and he offers the most potential at this point.
This move could potentially allow new Ravens offensive line coach Juan Castillo to develop raw talent like he was famous for when he was in Philadelphia.
No. 130 (comp): Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
The Ravens need a receiver who is capable of playing on the outside and in the slot, and Swope could be that type of player. Swope is an underrated player who will be an instant contributor to any offense, has toughness and is a willing blocker.
My guess is that if he’s available at this point in the fourth round, Ozzie Newsome will take a hard look at him or another receiver like him.
If Swope is not available, the Ravens could target Da’Rick Rogers, Chris Harper, or Quinton Patton in this area of the draft as well.