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Georgia offensive tackle named the perfect 2024 NFL draft prospect for Ravens by PFF

The Ravens are heading back to the playoffs as the No. 1 seed, but personnel attrition and free agency will ensure that the roster doesn’t look the same next season.

Even with the 2024 NFL playoffs set to begin, it’s never too early for draft content, and PFF has identified the perfect prospect for all 32 teams.

For Baltimore, it was Georgia All-American right tackle Amarius Mims.

Though the Ravens might have more pressing needs elsewhere, investing in the offensive line could be ideal. Ronnie Stanley and Morgan Moses will both be over 30 years old next season. Moses (33) will be entering the final year of his deal. That could be the perfect situation to draft a player such as Amrius Mims. The 6-foot-5, 330-pound former five-star offensive tackle doesn’t have a ton of starting experience to his name. But he’s young, very athletic and when he has been on the field, has looked the part. He could be the ideal investment for Baltimore.

The 6-foot-7, 340-pound Mims allowed only one pressure and zero sacks in more than 150 pass-blocking plays this season, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

He has started eight games during his career.

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