Alabama Football: Mac rises in 2021 NFL Mock Draft 4.0

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27. Baltimore Ravens: Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia

The Ravens might want to add another receiver, but they signed Sammy Watkins for one year. At the very least, this pushes the need down the priority list. They could also use some offensive linemen, but the true need is at edge. The Ravens have a great defense, but we’ve learned what it takes to be the top team in the AFC. If the Ravens want to pass the Chiefs, they need to win the line of scrimmage without blitzing. They can’t do that with their current roster, so adding Ojulari would give them a chance.

Would Ojulari be enough? Likely not. However, adding depth and talent to the edge will help the Ravens in the AFC North and beyond. Ojulari can make the game-wrecking plays that can change momentum, and very few pass rushers have his ability to do that.

28. New Orleans Saints: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU

The first safety finally comes off of the board in a shallow class. While few teams desperately need a safety, the lack of depth in the class will thrust the few starting-quality players up the board.

That being said, Moehrig is talented above most safeties at this stage in their career. He’s up there with Alabama football’s Xavier McKinney from last season. Despite playing in the Big 12, he was a bright spot defensively.

The Saints might prefer a receiver, but six are already off of the board. They could take Terrace Marshall, I see them taking the best safety instead.