This is my first Mock Draft on an actual site so be sure to tell me what you think.
1st- Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
The Ravens would LOVE Ha'Ha here but, they just miss out on his as The St. Louis Rams scoop him up at #13. I thought about them trading up but, with only 8 picks in this year's Draft I just don't see Ozzie doing that. Most analyst have Clinton-Dix ranked higher but I wouldn't imagine by much. They claim Ha'Ha is the better coverage safety while CP is more of a thumper. Let's look at some stats. In 3 years Dix has 100 tackles, 7 INTs, and a FF to his name. Calvin ha 218 tackles, 7 INTs, and 9 FFs. Those stats favor Calvin. Pryor is 2 inches shorter than Dix but had 7 more reps on the bench and both players ran a 4.58 40 time. I've seen several comparisons for Pryor to the NYG safety, Antrell Rolle, but I see him more as a DJ Swearinger who HOU took in the first round last year.
2nd: Cyrus Kouanjio, T, Alabama
Cyrus was widely considered a first round pick until his "failed physical" at the combine. Dr. James Andrews sent a letter to all 2 teams expressing no concerns about Cryus' knee. Just when things looked bright fit the prospect, he opted out of participating at the Alabama pro day. It's safe to day he's worked his way out of the first round. With that being said the kid is huge and still talented. Being from Bama you know Ozzie will get the inside scoop on the kid. He also from Dematha Catholic High School in MD. Player Comparison: Tyron Smith, both are big long muscular guys who are athletic fit their size.
3rd- Donte Moncreif, WR, Ole Miss
Idk why this kid isn't being talked about more. 6'2, 221 lbs, a 39.5 inch vert, and 4.4 wheels. He averaged 62 receptions, 958.5 yards, and 8 TDs over the final 2 years of his career. Can anyone outside of Mississippi tell me who their QB is? Every site I search and look for a "knock" against this kid the only thing I can find is "he doesn't have good straight-line speed but, doesn't get caught from behind." I think his 4.4 flat put those to rest. I've seen a few comparisons to Demaryus Thomas and Josh Gordon bc of his long, deceptive speed and body control. That's bra steal in the 3rd round!
3rd COMP- Pierre Desir, CB, Linewood
The kid has good size at 6'1 and 195 lbs. He had a decent vert at 35 inches and OKAY speed with 4.59. He spent 2 years at Washburn before transferring to Linewood where he has 93 tackles, 13 INTs, and a FF in a 2 year span. He was a 3 time All American and was awarded the Cliff Harris Award, small school DPOY. He garners a DRC comparison with his length and athletic ability. I love this kid. If Moncrief isn't there when we pick at 79, I'd take this kid.
4th rd (COMP)- Andrew Jackson, LB, Western Kentucky
Sideline to Sideline type of guy. Not the biggest LB but he gets after it and when he hits you you'll feel it. Underrated in coverage. A great special teams addition along with supplying LB depth.
4th rd (COMP) - Larry Webster III, DE/TE, Bloomsburg
Great size at 6'6. Kind of light at aid 255 lbs. Not the strongest with only 17 reps of 225 lbs. 2nd fastest DE at the combine (4.58) second only to Clowney. He could bea project at DE Street the departure of Art Jones. Or most see him as a TE, which he also played some at college. Basketball stud who focused on the court and has only played 2 years of football since graduating from Elkton High School in Elkton, MD. His dad, Larry Webster Jr, was a DT on the ST team in 2001. Larry Webster III and I both graduated from EHS in 2008 so I'm wishing my boy the best of luck!
5th (COMP)- Kapri Bibbs, RB, Colorado State
One real year of competition. Had 1,741 yards and 31 TDs. Smaller stature at 5'9. Didn't run well in INDY with a 4.67 but improved at his pro day running a 4.5. He still send unpleased with the time citing injuries as a reason. 24 reps of 225. He's a one cut guy which is what works for Kubiak. He might not make the 53 man roster but, practice squad Ida good possibility.
6th. Tom Savage, QB, PITT
John recently expressed the unsatisfaction with Tyrod Taylor. With Joe and Tyrod bring such different types of QBs look for the Ravens to add another one come May. A guy who can execute the game plan from inside the pocket and go through a number of reads not just first read then run.
Thanks for reading and let me know what you ask think!