ESPN Draft gurus Mel Kiper, Jr. and Todd McShay both took a look at the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft and then based on what was still left on their draft boards, came up with 2nd Round Mock Drafts. They see that the Baltimore Ravens filled a huge void in their secondary and taking that into account they both agree on what position the team needs to focus on in round two, although they differ on which player should be selected.
Mel Kiper's Round 2 Mock Draft has the Baltimore Ravens selecting UNC wide receiver Greg Little, stating "Baltimore needs a deep threat. Little can provide just that." In Kiper's mock draft, other value picks that went after Little included LB Justin Houston (Georgia) and DT Marvin Austin (UNC).
In Todd McShay's Round 2 Mock Draft, he sees the Ravens getting Indiana WR Tandon Doss. He bypasses other wide receivers Titus Young (Boise State), Randall Cobb (Kentucky) and Greg Little (UNC), as well as LB Justin Houston Georgia). Not that much was known about Doss compared to the other wideouts listed here.
However, in 2010, Tandon led the Big Ten with 175 all-purpose yards per game, finishing the season with 63 receptions for 706 yards and 7 TDs, earning Big Ten first-team honors by the conference sportswriters. He had over 1,000 kickoff return yards 160 rushing yards and 49 punt return yards, proving he is much more than just a pass catching wide receiver.