The more I think about it, the more I think a trade back may be the ideal option if all of the supposed game changers are off the board (Tunsil, Ramsey, Bosa, Jack, maybe include Buckner in this conversation)
We obviously now have a huge hole at guard and I'm sure we could find a good one in the 2nd/3rd. We also HAVE to upgrade backup LT from Hurst, as lets be honest, this guy will likely be playing half the time, and Hurst has proven to be a liability. If we draft Stanley then this obviously changes, but I would prefer to stay with Monroe for one more year and draft a backup/developmental LT
It sounds like there may be a couple of good corners available at the top of the 2nd round
Depending on how far we could trade back, we could address edge rush in the 1st round - Lawson/ Dodd/ Spence
There is also supposedly an absolute wealth of interior DL talent in this draft- I listen to a few draft podcasts and over and over again I hear that you can pick up DTs in the 3rd/4th that would have been 1st rounders most years. We know how much the Ravens value this position so I would be surprised if we did not take one of them in the first 3/4 rounds.
Basically what I'm saying is if there is a blue chip player there at 6 then we take him, but aside from that if we can find any way of acquiring a few more 2nds and 3rds then we could plug a lot of roster holes. Obviously trading back involves finding someone to trade with, but I'm just talking ideal scenarios.