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My Opinion On The Ravens And Who They Should Have Drafted

Okay first, I'm having a very boring day today, so this probably has no purpose. I will look at every pick and see if I agree with their picks.

Round 1: Matt Elam, S, Florida. I agree with this pick as it presents value and fills a need.

Round 2: Arthur Brown, ILB, Kansas State. I absolutely love this pick and it will be a steal if he pans out like he's supposed to.

Round 3: Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern. I agree mostly with this pick and I could hardly make an argument about anybody else.

Round 4: John Simon, DE-OLB, Ohio State. My first disagreement is here. I think we are fine at OLB with Upshaw, Doom, and T-Sizzle

My pick: Jesse Williams DT, Alabama. We already have Brandon Williams, but I love the value here. Imagine a NT combination of Cody, Williams, and ... Williams.

Round 4 comp: Kyle Juszczyk, FB, Harvard: I agree with this pick as we have our Vonta Leach replacement (hopefully) and if Leach got waived for some reason (hopefully not) then he could probably start right away.

Round 5 comp : Ricky Wagner, OL, Wisconsin. As Mel Kiper pointed out, we could have taken someone who had a chance at developing into a left tackle rather than take someone who is at best a Right Tackle.

My pick: Xavier Nixon OT, Florida. I think he has a chance at left tackle and I think he would be better than Wagner.

Round 6: Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE, Notre Dame. I agree with this pick because he can be a good D-Linemen when healthy and he can take his time to get healthy because we have depth.

Round 6 comp: Ryan Jensen, OT, Colorado State Pueblo. I think if we were supposed to draft a center here, we could have done better.

My pick: Braxston Cave, C, Notre Dame. I think he would be a better center than Jensen. Case closed.

Round 7: Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon. I like this pick, but I think we could have done better.

My pick: Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech. Come on man. This guy is talented, but he has off-the-field issues. But who cares in the 7th round when you have a 2nd round talent. If he is a problem, you can waive him, no harm done. If he doesn't, he is the best steal in the draft.

Round 7: Marc Anthony, CB, California. I like the value here and I will agree with this pick, as tempted as I am to put Ray-Ray Armstrong here, but I hope we are set at safety with Elam and Christain Thompson.

Now I have agreed with 6 and disagreed with 4. That is very good as I usually have an objection to about every pick.

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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