Considered by most draft pundits as the fourth best tackle in the draft, Adams (6-7, 323 pounds) is probably a long shot to fall to the Ravens at pick No. 29. However, questions about his maturity and several off-the-field issues could hurt his draft status.
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“I had some bumps in the road earlier in my career, but I think that I used those things to build my character rather than to bring it down,” Adams said. “I think that my character is something that my teammates and coaches at Ohio State would vouch for. Anybody who knows me knows that I’m not a bad guy. I’ve definitely made some mistakes, but I’ve definitely learned from them.”
Three of the Ravens' top six linemen from this past season - Matt Birk, Ben Grubbs and Andre Gurode - are all free agents. Left tackle Bryant McKinnie will be 33 years old in September and he has only one season remaining on his contract.