In the prior mock draft, I thought with my heart and not my head. Here's what I would do if I were in charge of the Ravens' 2014 draft. I've done my research, and these picks would all contribute to our team within 2 seasons. 1st round: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State-fluid runner with athleticism, speed, hands & versatility. Could line up out wide, in the slot, and return kicks & punts. Watkins, Evans, and Lee will be gone, so this pick is a steal. 2nd round: Morgan Moses, T, Virginia-Plug & play prospect at an area of need. Surprising pass blocking skills for a big guy. 3rd round: Stanley Jean Baptiste, CB/S, Nebraska-Questionable long speed, anticipation skills, great hands & a playmaker with the ball. Remind you of anyone? He could be a plug & play free safety. 3rd round (comp): Daniel McCullers, DL, Tennessee-at 6'8, 350+, the sky is the limit for him with the right coaching. 4th round (comp): Dri Archer, RB/WR/RS, Kent State-Blazing speed is something you can't coach, plus Dri is as elusive as anyone I've ever seen. Its like he toys with defenders, knowing they can't keep up. 5th round (comp): AC Leonard, TE, Tennessee State-AC is an interesting player to target here. With his speed (4.43), size (6'3, 250) and hands, he could be an excellent 2nd TE. Goodbye, Ed Dickson & Billy Bajema. 6th round: Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB, Boston College-Extremely athletic for a linebacker (4.51 40), physical & would give us depth at the position while being able to play special teams. Great value pick here. 6th round (comp): Antonio Andrews, RB, Western Kentucky-shifty playmaker who happens to be 225 lbs. Could also play special teams.