The Baltimore Ravens may look to the draft to fill a gaping void at inside linebacker. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Michigan linebacker Devin Bush is visiting the Ravens on Wednesday for his final visit ahead of the NFL draft on April 25th.

Bush, considered a potential top-10 pick, enjoyed a highly-productive three-year career with the Wolverines. A starter each of the last two seasons, he broke onto the national scene as a true sophomore in 2017, finishing with 102 tackles, nine and-a-half tackles for loss, five sacks, and one interception. Bush, voted a team captain for the 2018 season, was just as good as a junior, racking up 80 tackles, nine and-a-half tackles for loss, five sacks, and six pass deflections. He was named First Team All Big 10 in 2017 and 2018, the 2018 Big 10 Defensive player, and a consensus 2018 First Team All-American.

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At 5-foot-11, 234 pounds, Bush lacks prototype size for an inside linebacker but compensates with elite athleticism. He tested off the charts at the NFL combine, blazing to a 4.43 40-yard dash, leaping 40.5 inches in the vertical jump, 124 inches in the broad jump, and finishing the three-cone drill in 6.93 seconds – all top-five marks at his position. Bush also bench-pressed 225 pounds 21 times, an unspectacular number that nevertheless quells some concerns teams have about his size.

Baltimore is in need of help in the middle of its defense after stalwart defender C.J. Mosley signed a five-year, $85 million deal with the New York Jets in the opening week of free agency, easily the most expensive contract ever for a middle linebacker. Bush is likely to be off the board by the time the Ravens pick at No. 22, leading to speculation that the team might be interested in trading up to draft him.