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  1. This kid grew up like 5 miles from me. I watched him in highschool as a WR so let me say if we end up with him on our roster I think we will be very happy in the future
  2. Who is the one player in this draft you would absolutely hate playing against 2x a year(Meaning a player drafted by Pit, Cle Or Cin)?
  3. Well said
  4. Debates like this are going to make me really miss the forum section
  5. . 16. Baltimore Ravens Kiper: Takkarist McKinley, OLB, UCLA | Watch highlights Baltimore needs pass-rushers. Terrell Suggs, 34, was the only Raven to have more than five sacks last season (he had eight). McKinley is a speed rusher who could play outside linebacker in the Ravens' 3-4. He broke out in 2016 with 10 sacks and three forced fumbles for the Bruins. McShay: Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama | Watch highlights The Ravens spent the sixth overall pick last year on LT Ronnie Stanley, and Robinson is a natural fit on the right side. He still needs to improve his technique, but Robinson possesses excellent length (35½-inch arms) and is an elite mauler in the running game 47. Baltimore Ravens Kiper: Fabian Moreau, CB, UCLA Moreau could drop a little farther after tearing a pectoral muscle at his pro day. He's expected to be ready for training camp, however, so I don't see him dropping much. Baltimore signed veteran corner Brandon Carr but needs youth and depth. McShay: Jordan Willis, DE, Kansas State It's hard for a 255-pounder to have a better combine performance than Willis: 4.53 40, 39-inch vertical, 4.28-second short shuttle. I didn't quite see that level of explosiveness when initially watching Willis' tape, but he certainly caught the eye of folks in the league.
  6. This is the funniest thing I've seen all day
  7. I wouldn't mind this pick. He reminds me of A.Brown( Fast, good route runner and underrated hands)
  8. McShay's 2017 NFL Mock Draft 3.0 16. Baltimore Ravens, 8-8 John Ross, WR, Washington If the Ravens opt to take a second first-round wide receiver in three years, they'd have a tough decision between the electric speed of Ross and the size/jump-ball ability of Mike Williams. Ross' tape shows his 4.22 40 is no fluke, and his savvy route-running ability and reliable hands make him a great all-around prospect.
  9. Mel Kiper Mock Draft 2.0 16. Baltimore Ravens, 8-8 Sidney Jones, CB, Washington* The Ravens probably want to come out of the draft with more than one cornerback, so they might as well start early. Jones could add a little more muscle to his frame, but he has length and can flat-out cover, and if a QB makes a mistake he can show off hands, pluck the ball and head the other way.
  10. If we land D’Onta Foreman in the 4th round that would be a steal
  11. Todd McShay draft 2.0 16. Baltimore Ravens, 8-8 Malik McDowell, DT, Michigan State McDowell is arguably the best interior pass-rusher in this class. He didn't play with the same passion and toughness this season, which could cause him to slip a bit. But if you trust your defensive coaching staff and locker room to develop him and keep him motivated, McDowell could be a steal at this point in the first round. Another intriguing option is Michigan's Jabrill Peppers, given the Harbaugh connection and the Ravens' need at safety.
  12. after watching him on youtube I would be very happy if we gave him a shot
  13. we won the SB in 2013 because Joe played out of his mind but I still think our defense was far better than our offense. If you look at todays Raven we are a CB and a pass rusher away from being the best defense in the league, I think you fix those two thing before trying to fix a offense that has much more needs
  14. Id be very happy with this draft.... Me personally I think another CB is the key to us being a dominant team again so I hope we go corner with our first pick.
  15. Easily bronson kaufusi and Kamalei Correa, I want to see what they can do