BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens racked up a whopping five picks in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, a new record in the NFL.
Starting with the 104th pick, the first in the fourth round, the Ravens chose cornerback Tavon Young from Temple.
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Quickly followed by a new wide receiver at the 107th pick, the Ravens picked up Chris Moore from Cincinnati.
In the first of a quick three picks coming up, the 130th pick for the Ravens was OT Alex Lewis from Nebraska.
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With the 132nd overall selection in the NFL Draft, the Ravens snatched up DT Willie Henry from Michigan.
Last, but not least, the Ravens selected running back Kenneth Dixon as their final pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.
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