With the 156th & 157th picks in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select...

....David Reed, WR (Utah)and Arthur Jones, DT (Syracuse)

I was wondering if there was any discussion in the Baltimore Ravens 'War Room' about which guy would be announced at 156 vs. 157. I doubt there's much difference in money that is paid to the two, but was just curious which guy they would pick first. I'll try to get this question answered in the Press Conference when the team holds it later today.

For now here is what we know about both:

David Reed: (6'0", 190 lbs.) Click here for more.

Arthur Jones: (6'3", 301 lbs.) Click here for more.

NOTE: Updated info, including stats after the 'Jump.'

David Reed had a great year in 2009, with 81 receptions for 1188 yards and five TD catches, including a long of 90 yards. He was a 1st team All-MWC receiver and set scool records in obth receptions and yards in 2009. He also ranked 15th nationwide in receiving yards/game with 91.4. In 2009, he had five 100 yard games , including his career high of 10 catches for 172 yards vs. Utah State. Returns kicks and punts as well

Arthur Jones: 38.5 career tackles for loss, most in Syracuse history for an interior lineman. Team captain, as voted by his teammates. Started nine games but missed last three in 2009 due to injury. Best game was against South Florida, when he recovered two fumbles. All-Big East First Team in 2008. Career totals: tackles-145, sacks-6.5, fumble recoveries-4.

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