Ravens select guard Ben Bredeson out of Michigan with the 143rd pick

Andrew Gillis
NBC Sports Washington

The Ravens addressed the offensive line for their second straight pick with the selection of guard Ben Bredeson out of Michigan at 143rd overall. It was the team's seventh pick overall.

Bredeson is the team's second offensive lineman picked in the draft, the other was Tyre Phillips out of Mississippi State.

A 6-foot-4, 315-pound guard, Bredeson was a four-year starter as a Wolverine and was a First-team All-Big Ten player in 2019, as well as a Second-team All-American. 

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Bredeson will step into an offensive line with depth questions on the interior offensive line and will likely get a chance to compete for the starting right guard spot, vacated by Marshal Yanda, from day one. 

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