14. Baltimore Ravens: Tyler Linderbaum, OL, Iowa
Although he played center at Iowa, I think Linderbaum projects to the NFL at any of the interior offensive line positions.
This guy is an athletic and physical specimen with the ability to get out in space, make blocks 30 or 40 yards downfield if you need him to, and he’s as smart as they come.
The Ravens always seem to find a way to draft decade-long starters annually, and Linderbaum is that type of guy. He may be one of the best and safest players in the entire 2022 NFL Draft class.
15. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA): Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
Although the Eagles just spent a first-round pick on another former SEC wide receiver — DeVonta Smith — they take another one here.
One of my favorite mock draft picks right now is Burks to the Eagles because of the type of weapon he can be for their offense.
The NFL is a copycat league and teams are going to be trying to find the “next” Deebo Samuel. I think Burks is that guy. He’s got outstanding size and bulk for the wide receiver position, tremendous body control, and he’s already done plenty of work taking the ball out of the backfield in addition to his wide receiver duties.