Round 1: Zack Martin, OT/G, Notre Dame
One of the top Tackle players available, Martin should be able to step in Day 1 and provide enough protection on the right side to ensure Joe will be able to make the most of the Ravens' reloaded offense.
Round 2: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
Steve Smith is here for the time being but the Ravens need to invest in a long term No. 2 receiver. Also, it never hurts to add another receiver in the mix with Kubiak's new offense.
Round 3: EJ Gaines, CB, Missouri
Round 3 (comp pick): Kenny Ladler, FS, Vanderbilt
4 year player at Vandy who can help out Stewart at FS or start. Great leader and addition to the secondary.
Round 4 (comp pick): Bryan Stork, C, FSU
Round 4 (comp pick): Tyler Gaffney, RB, Stanford
This kid is a total baller who provides size. The Ravens are constantly criticized for their lack of a goal line back, and Gaffney is a 220-pound back who gets a ton of yardage after contact. Injury and legal concerns have hampered the Ravens running attack and bringing in Gaffney would at least provide another adequate back to our backfield.
Round 5 (comp pick): Aaron Murray, QB,Georgia
It's no secret the Ravens are looking to upgrade at the QB position. Murray is a pocket passer who set multiple SEC records at UGA whose value is down due to a late-season ACL tear.
Round 6: Dexter McDougle, CB, Maryland
Though he may more than likely go undrafted I had to include McDougle here. With Graham gone the Ravens need as much depth at CB as possible. McDougle got off to a great season at Maryland before it was derailed by a shoulder injury. He is probably the best player from that defense and impressed at his pro day. I think he is a big sleeper pick.