23. Baltimore Ravens: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
There was a time when the Baltimore Ravens had one of the best offensive lines in the game but that hasn’t been the case in 2021. They have relied heavily on veteran Alejandro Villanueva who isn’t the same caliber player he was during his long run with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He’s also likely a stop-gap solution for them, which is why they go with Charles Cross from Mississippi State.
Cross is a very talented offensive tackle who can play on either side, much in the same way Orlando Brown did. That means he could play opposite Ronnie Stanley while also potentially filling in on the blindside should they need a replacement due to injury.
24. Los Angeles Chargers: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
The Los Angeles Chargers are an incredibly talented passing defense, currently fourth in the league in yardage according to Pro Football Reference. Of course, that includes some great play they’ve been getting from Cris Harris – who is already 32-years of age. With that being the case, the Chargers look for someone to shadow Harris until he moves on, which is why they bring in Andrew Booth, Jr. from Clemson.
Booth has great size and length for the position and has held his own against some of the better wideouts in the nation during his time with the Tigers.