1st round: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan-Lewan could really be here at 17, because I'm expecting a run on QBs & WRs, plus a few big need-based reaches. Flacco continues to be taken care of with this pick.
2nd round: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, S/CB, Nebraska-SJB is an interesting pick, and moving him to free safety would maximize his potential. He's 6'3, 220 with 4.5 speed with nice hands, seeing as he's a converted receiver. This guy is a playmaker & would shut down TEs is Elam struggles in that facet.
3rd round: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers-Flacco gets his big bodied reciever here. Brandon is 6'6, 220 with 4.5 speed who would be a 2nd round pick had he not battled injuries this year. Regardless, the kid can ball & would thrive in our offense.
3rd round (comp): Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty-Walt is a strong, rangy corner who has impressive man coverage skills. On nickel packages, we could afford to kick Webby inside to cover dangerous slot WRs, where Webb has said he's most comfortable.
4th round (comp): Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB, Boston College-regardless whether Rolando McClain returns or not, we need depth at linebacker. Insert Pierre-Louis. He's a physical specimen who excels at coverage & plays sideline to sideline. He could be a special teams ace while learning under Daryl Smith.
5th round (comp): Brent Urban, DL, Virginia-Brent is a beast who has an impressive motor. I could see him earning snaps this season with the potential to start down the road. This guy pops on tape.
6th round (comp): James Wilder Jr., RB, Florida State-He's a physical specimen who runs as hard as any back I've seen since Adrian Peterson. He's a 2nd round talent with red flags, but when you're 6'3, 230 with 4.5 speed who averaged 7 yards per carry last season, you're worth taking a flyer on.
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