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Mocking The Draft 7 Round Live Mock Results - Baltimore Ravens

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The 2012 draft season has officially begun and SB Nation's great draft site, Mocking The Draft, has launched some terrific coverage of every player and team that you need to know about for the upcoming 2012 NFL draft. To go along with these prospect rankings, tons of mocks and team needs evaluations, representatives from all 32 NFL sites participated in a 7 round live mock draft. Here are a few helpful links used throughout the draft to keep track of trades and which players were picked.

- 7 Round Draft Tracker with every pick made.

- Positional rankings and which players were chosen

Results for the Baltimore Ravens.

Round 1 (Pick 29) - Vontaze Burfict - ILB - Arizona State - 6'3" 245 lbs

Round 2 (Pick 61) - Amini Silatolu - OG - Midwestern State - 6'3" 324 lbs

  • The Division II stand out is quickly rising on most draft boards. His strength has been unmatched by most D-Lineman and has been said to be the best athlete of all O-Lineman in the 2012 draft. With Baltimore more than likely losing former 2007 first round pick Ben Grubbs to Free Agency, it would be smart for Ozzie to grab hold of a player in one of the most talented classes of interior lineman in a while. Allow me to introduce you to the next Edwin Mulitalo for Baltimore.
  • CBS Sports Scouting Report
  • NFLDraftScout Scouting Report
  • Fantatical Football Scouting Report

Round 3 (Pick 93) - Marvin McNutt - WR - Iowa - 6'3" 215 lbs

  • McNutt's stellar 2011 season has allowed him to be in the conversation as one of the best WR prospects in the 2012 draft. McNutt led the Big 10 with 82 catches for a conference-best 1,315 yards (16.0 ypc) and a school single-season record 12 touchdowns. He was named the best WR in the Big 10. Had it not been for a poor game against potential first round CB Alfonzo Denard from Nebraska, McNutt might be in the conversation as a late 1st/early 2nd round pick. With the uncertainty of Lee Evans coming back and the rest of the group still being fairly inexperienced, McNutt would bring great depth and a much needed all around weapon to Baltimore's passing attack.
  • CBS Sports Scouting Report
  • NFL Mocks Scouting Report
  • Highlights 1
  • Highlights 2
  • Marvin McNutt 1 on 1

Round 5 (Pick 157) - Quentin Saulsberry - OC - Mississippi State - 6'3" 302 lbs

  • In my opinion, Saulsberry is one of the safest mid-late round picks in this draft. It is extremely rare to find a college player with as much experience as Saulsberry has. In his 4 years at Mississippi State, Saulsbery has starter every game. He is the only player in school history to start every single game played (49). Not only would Saulsberry be a potential replacement for Birk/Gurode, but his versatility is as good as you can find. Between the 2010 and 2011 seasons, Saulsberry had starts at RG, C and LG. In previous seasons, he had even seen time at both tackle positions. Projecting as a Center in the NFL due to his limited size, this would be a very smart pick by Ozzie to find a player like Saulsberry.
  • CBS Sports Scouting Report
  • Quentin Saulsberry 1 on 1

Round 6 (Pick 189) - Tramain Thomas - FS - Arkansas - 6'0" 200 lbs

  • Many Ravens fans don't see Safety as one of our bigger needs, but with UFA such as Zbikowski and Nakamura testing the market, our depth could be depleted entering next season. Thomas is an athletic, heavy hitter from the best college football conference in the nation. Thomas might have raised his draft stock a bit with strong performances against Ohio State, LSU and Auburn in the last few seasons, and with a good combine, could find himself being talked about as a late 3rd round pick.
  • CBS Sports Scouting Report
  • FFToolbox Scouting Report
  • Highlights

Round 7 (Pick 221) - Tavoy Moore - WR/RB/KR - Idaho State - 5'6" 160 lbs

  • So this is what Darren Sproles in college looks like. Want to know how I found out about Moore? Don't worry about it! But the first time I saw Moore play, he was catching 50 yard bombs and making player after player miss on kick and punt returns. There is no question that the Ravens current return situation is in a state of flux right now with potential star David Reed losing all confidence and Lardarius Webb most likely stepping down due to his important at CB. Moore is shifty, FAST and fearless with the ball in his hands. In 2010, Moore put up 2,034 all purpose yards with 8 TD's. He will end up being picked so late due to being dismissed from the Idaho State football team because of an incident during practice.Want to see some exciting highlights? Enjoy.
  • Highlights 1
  • Highlights 2

Hope you enjoyed this first mock. I will make every effort to put out as much draft coverage as possible for the site in the next 2 months. Just bare with me, there will be alot of great things to come.

How would you feel if the draft played out this way for Baltimore?

The opinions posted here are those of the administrator of this blog and his loyal readers. They are in no way official comments from the team, and should not be misconstued as such, even though he thinks he could do just as well or even a better job!

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