Ravens trade back multiple times in 3-round mock draft by CBS Sports

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The Baltimore Ravens currently have 10 draft picks in the 2022 NFL draft, including nine in the first four rounds. That gives them plenty of opportunities to move up and down the draft board at will to either trade up to stop the fall of a star or trade back for even more value.

In a three-round mock draft, Chris Trapasso of CBS Sports executed multiple trade down scenarios for Baltimore. However, he first selected University of Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis at pick No. 14. Trapasso made clear that he’d love to see a duo of Calais Campbell and Jordan Davis on the defensive line for the Ravens.

“Davis and Calais Campbell together in Baltimore. Yes, please.”

The first trade back for Baltimore in Trapasso’s mock draft comes in the second round, where the team trades pick No. 45 to the Denver Broncos for No. 64 and No. 75. Denver takes edge rusher David Ojabo with the Ravens’ pick, while Baltimore takes cornerback Roger McCreary at No. 64.

Next, in the third round Trapasso has the Ravens selecting Cincinnati wide receiver Alec Pierce with their newly-acquired No. 75 overall selection, but then trading No. 76 to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for No. 104 and a 2023 second-round choice. Los Angeles selects edge rusher Drake Jackson, while Baltimore’s third round picks then consist of LSU offensive lineman Ed Ingram at No. 100 and Kentucky EDGE Josh Paschal at No. 104.