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The Baltimore Ravens have selected Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk with the 130th overall pick in the NFL draft.
Juszczyk is a three-time All-Ivy League selection. He's the first offensive player taken by the Ravens in this year's draft.
Juszczyk, who scored 22 touchdowns for the Crimson during his career, may also line up at tight end for Baltimore.
The Ravens already have Pro Bowl standout Vonta Leach at fullback.
Juszczyk was taken Saturday with a compensatory pick that could not be traded. He was chosen immediately after the Ravens snagged Ohio State defensive end John Simon at No. 129 overall.
Baltimore's previous picks were: safety Matt Elam in the first round, linebacker Arthur Brown in the second round and nose tackle Brandon Williams in the third round.
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