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2016 NFL Draft: Nebraska OL Alex Lewis Goes To The Baltimore Ravens With The 130th Pick

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The Nebraska legacy Captain will now do work with the Ravens.

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The Nebraska Cornhuskers send another player to the National Football League tonight.

With the 130th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected Nebraska Offensive Tackle Alex Lewis from Nebraska.

Lewis, a 2 year starter at Left Tackle for the Huskers, originally went to Colorado before transferring to Lincoln where his father played Football as well.

Lewis was originally a lower end 3-star recruit out of Mountain Pointe HS in Phoenix, and was the 14th best player in the state of Arizona in the 2010 recruiting cycle. He was the 92nd best Offensive Tackle in the '10 cycle as well.

Word on the street is that Lewis, who improved his draft stock during the week of the Shrine Bowl, could start out as a Guard in his rookie year, then kick out to Right Tackle sometime along his career.

Here's his Draft Profile that was done earlier this week. Enjoy him, Ravens, he's all yours.