Matt Elam, S, Florida.
I am now sold on Elam. I believe he is the best safety in this draft. He's stout against the run, can play man cover and his ball hawking skills will only improve. Reed is hurt and Elam is the closest thing we have this year to finding someone to fill the void. Elam plays like a Raven and is our pick.
Oday Aboushi, T, Virginia.
Flacco has eaten enough turf, it's time we optimize our offensive line. I think there's a good chance we'll have to get a tackle early on once again in 2014 to replace Oher as well. Aboushi will provide the time Flacco needs to get the ball into the receivers hands. Our line will be:
Arthur Brown, ILB, Kansas State Univeristy.
Has great fundamentals for the positions and isn't really lacking in any phase of the game that would force us to not draft him here. Will join the ranks of very young and very good inside line backers. Fills a position of need and will lift our defense.
Quinton Patton, WR, Lousiana Tech.
An underrated receiver. He is tall, uses his size well and has good speed. He is a solid prospect and will be a complement to Torrey.
[Round Four: Compensatory]
Brandon Williams, NT, Southern Missouri.
Our NT play this season has been terrible. An upgrade goes without saying. The defence will start with Williams and everyone will benefit. He is a much better version of Cody; fit and plays with heart.
Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State.
A man-to-man corner. We could do with the depth and I believe DBs make good special team players. In the years to come we will need corners.
[Round Five: Compensatory]
Michael Williams, TE, Alabama.
The best blocking tight end in college who will be a good complement to Pitta. He will learn to become a better receiver while mauling in the run game.
Blaize Foltz, G, TCU.
With a lot of our interior lineman moving on, it's imperative we find some depth. Foltz is a solid blocker in both the pass and run game.
Corey Broomfield, CB, MSU.
Another depth player, can also play man-to-man.
Edited by Defence_Is_Salvation, 12 January 2013 - 05:40 PM.