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Former Mountain Pointe standout Alex Lewis found an NFL home after being selected by the Ravens in the fourth round with the 130rd pick.
Lewis spent his first two seasons with Colorado, where he played anywhere and everywhere along the offensive line, playing tackle, guard and blocking tight end.
He then transferred to Nebraska, where his dad, Bill, was an All-American center. He then was a fixture at left tackle for two season and was a second-team All-Big Ten selection his senior year.
The 6-foot-6, 312-pound lineman thrives in pass protection and physicality.
Lewis joins first round pick Ronnie Stanley as offensive line picks for Baltimore.