21. Baltimore Ravens: Mack Wilson, LB Alabama
The Ravens have a bigger need at edge rusher than they do at linebacker, but after the earlier run on the position, it is hard to see them taking someone from the pool that is left. Mack Wilson is an athletic sideline to sideline player with coverage ability, who would immediately improve the Ravens already solid defense. They could look for someone to help quarterback Lamar Jackson in the future, but I don’t see an offensive player worth taking over Wilson at this point in the draft.
22. Minnesota Vikings: Trey Adams, OT Washington
The Minnesota Vikings need offensive line help both on the inside and on the outside. Kirk Cousins is not one of the few quarterbacks in the NFL capable of elevating the players around him. He has an outstanding set of weapons around him but they need to keep him upright and give him time to find them. On top of that, the Vikings offense needs to run the ball effectively in order to succeed. Washington’s Trey Adams would provide a boost in both areas.