Seven Round Mock Draft

Chad Reuter of the NFL Network did a complete seven-round mock draft, picking all 253 players from the first overall pick (QB Andrew Luck-Stanford) to Mr. Irrelevant (TE Matt Veldman-North Dakota State). Complete with all Compensatory Picks, Reuter gives his justification for the first round and also lists each team individually for the total of their picks, listed by the round and overall selection. There were no trades in his mock draft.

He made some great selections for the Baltimore Ravens, starting with Wisconsin center Peter Konz with the 29th pick in round one. However, it's the last pick of the Ravens in the 7th round that might raise the highest interest of fans. In my highly-educated draft opinion, he hit it big right off the bat with five of the team's eight picks and without seeing more about the other three, one would have to give the Ravens a high grade for once again finding the diamonds-in-the-rough in the mid-to-late rounds.

Here are his picks for the Ravens and head on over to NFL.com to see the full seven rounds of his mock draft:

1 (29) Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin
2 (60) Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska
3 (91) Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami
4 (130) Jake Bequette, OLB, Arkansas
5 (164) Ronnie Hillman, RB, San Diego State
5 (169) Matt McCants, OT, UAB
6 (198) Jordan Jefferson, QB, LSU
7 (236) Vontaze Burfict, ILB, Arizona State

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