Projected trade: The Washington Redskins receive the 48th and 79th overall picks from the Ravens for the 34th pick in the second round.
The Washington Redskins would be wise to acquire extra picks, as they don't have a first-round pick in this year's draft, and the Ravens may be the one's to capitalize.
B/R's own James Dudko thinks the Redskins should strongly consider trading down in order to acquire more picks.
That makes them a nice target for the Ravens to trade with in order to move up in the second round and get the guy they want in Morgan Moses.
Moses is projected as a fringe first-round pick, but he slips in this instance into the waiting arms of the Ravens, who desperately need depth at offensive tackle.
With Michael Oher having left in free agency, Ricky Wagner is the projected starting right tackle.
As a rookie in 2013, Wagner played in just 131 offensive snaps in 2013, but he did receive a 1.0 grade from Pro Football Focus (subscription required).
It's a small sample size, but he could be challenged for the starting spot. With Moses now on the roster, this gives the Ravens two viable options to replace Oher.
The 6'6", 314-pound Moses started 19 games at right tackle from 2010-2011 at Virginia before moving to left tackle and starting 23 games there from 2012-2013.
Moses' biggest strength comes in pass protection, where he rarely allows defenders to even touch his quarterback.
According to VirginiaSports.com, Moses has surrendered only two sacks in the past 506 pass attempts he was in. He also graded out at over 90 percent in every game with an average of eight knockdowns per game.
The Ravens have previously met with Moses, and getting him at this point is a nice pickup.