The Ravens have four safeties currently on the roster. Their starting duo of Chuck Clark and DeShon Elliott are locked in for 2021, and the team re-signed Anthony Levine Sr. and reacquired Geno Stone in free agency. All in all, this is a formidable group.
However, to supplement a position of strength and add more versatility and depth in the secondary, the Ravens could look to add another safety in the draft. What they’re lacking is a true free safety with natural single-high coverage acumen, so that would likely be the mold they would target.
Someone who fits this description and could be available in the middle rounds of the draft is Syracuse’s Andre Cisco.