According to Wagoner, Duke OL Laken Tomlinson could be someone to keep an eye on for the Rams in the middle portion of the draft.
Other offensive linemen that could make sense for the Rams include: Florida State’s Tre Jackson, Arizona State’s Jamil Douglas, Louisville’s Jamon Brown, South Carolina’s A.J. Cann and Hobart’s Ali Marpet.
Wagoner considers the idea of the Rams trading up to No. 2 overall of Oregon QB Marcus Mariota to be “extremely unlikely.”
However, Wagoner admits that they have “genuine interest” in Mariota, but it would likely require him to fall past the first few picks for St. Louis to move up for him.
Wagoner mentions that he’s been led to believe the Rams are going to exercise the fifth-year option on DL Michael Brockers.
If a team drafts a capable rookie tight end, such as Minnesota’s Maxx Williams or Miami’s Clive Walford, Hensley can see the Ravens turning to the trade market for one of those team’s veteran tight ends following the draft.
Signing free agent TE Zach Miller remains an option for the Ravens as well.
Potential mid-round targets for the Ravens could include: Southern Illinois’ MyCole Pruitt, Rutgers’ Tyler Kroft, Florida State’s Nick O’Leary, Massachusetts’ Jean Sifrin, South Alabama’s Wes Saxton, and Louisville’s Gerald Christian.