The Baltimore Ravens will meet with BYU LB Kyle Van Noy.

Footballguys View: Adding Van Noy in the first round would make a lot of sense for the Ravens. He’s a high-motor player with football intelligence. Van Noy can diagnose plays quickly as they unfold in front of him. When asked, Van Noy can also effectively drop and cover in the open field.


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