The NFL Network is going around the league putting the 32 teams "on the clock" by discussing their needs and what the should be doing in next week's draft. The Baltimore Ravens turn came up this week and they turned to the team's pay-by-play voice, Gerry Sandusky, who gives a pretty decent synopsis of what the team lost and where they should be looking.
After Sandusky's comments, they turn to NFL Network analyst Charles Davis and former Washington Redskins GM Charley Casserly. Casserly likes both Wisconsin offensive linemen, center Peter Konz and guard Kevin Zeilter. He acknowledges, Georgia Tech WR is the best fit with his size and speed for the team if the team goes in that direction.
Defensively, Casserly likes Alabama ILB Dont'a Higtower, mentioning that Ray Lewis can't play forever and joking that he thinks Ray's 45 years old by now. He feels the team needs another pass rusher, bringing up the names of both Illinois OLB Whitney Mercilus and Syracuse DE Chandler Jones, younger brother of the Ravens'Arthur Jones.
He believes that the Ravens will wait for the later rounds if they are looking for a safety, noting that both Alabama's Mark Barron and Notre Dame's Harrison Smith will be long gone by the middle rounds. See the full video of the discussion on NFL.com.