Hello again, y'all! It's good to be back. Now that most of the players at the Combine have shown their stuff, it's time once again to try to anticipate Ozzie Newsome's draft picks.
Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (FL)
Even though he's 5'11'', Harris is still ranked 14th among 243 Combine participants. According the the Associated Press (AP), Brandon Harris had 44 tackles, 10 passes defensed, and 1 interception in his final season with the 'Canes.
Justin Houston, OLB, Georgia
In the 2010 draft, Ray Lewis stepped up to the podium to announce the Ravens' first draft pick: Sergio Kindle. Everybody was anticipating seeing a great addition to the front seven. Instead, Kindle fell down two flights of stairs just before training camp and never played a down of football. Unsure of his future in football, the Ravens would be wise to add another OLB to their defensive unit. Houston is ranked 41st overall and is good against the run and the pass.
Anthony Sherman, FB, Connecticut
With Le'Ron McClain going into free agency after voicing his frustration with not running the ball often last season, the Ravens are left with Jason McKie at Fullback. In the event that McClain is picked up by another team, the Ravens need depth for backfield blocker (aka Fullback). Despite being the shortest FB and certainly not the heaviest (both honors go to Henry Hynoski of Pitt), Sherman is the best Fullback in this draft class.