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RealRavensFan Dream Draft (Realistic)

The more I look at the draft, I could see us trading #17 to Cleveland for their #26 pick plus their 3rd.

1st round: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, FSU-Kelvin is an imposing receiver who high points the ball & makes plays after the catch. He's also a very underrated blocker. People knock his speed, but anybody who tried to cover him last year will tell you that he's plenty fast enough.

2nd round: Stephon Tuitt, DL, Notre Dame-Stephon would have been a top 20 pick last season, but his stats were down this year, which dropped his stock. He's a stud who can play all 3 positions on the line, and can be an anchor here with Brandon Williams for years after Haloti rides off into the sunset.

3rd round: Keith McGill, CB, Utah-Keith is a fluid athlete for a player his size, and he plays with technique to blanket receivers. He would make our secondary look a lot more Seattle-ish, which is a damn good thing.

3rd round (comp): Ed Reynolds, FS, Stanford-Ed is an instinctive, smart, disciplined playmaker at free safety. He can track the ball and he knows what to do with it. Great centerfielder for us.

3rd round (comp): Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers-Brandon is a big target who has sneaky athleticism. He's also a Maryland kid who would fit in here really well.

4th round (comp): Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB, Boston College-KPL is a specimen who flies to the ball & can cover like no other. He would make a nasty tandem with Arthur Brown after Daryl Smith retires, while boosting our special teams unit immediately.

4th round (comp): Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami-Work ethic concerns cost him his job this past season, but he's still the former #1 OL prospect coming out of high school. He has all the ability in the world, he just needs a strong team to help him realize it all.

5th round (comp): A.C. Leonard, TE, Tennessee State-A.C. is a 6'2, 252 pound TE with 4.4 speed, solid hands & elusiveness. He reminds me of a mix between Vernon Davis & Delanie Walker.

6th round (comp): James Wilder Jr, RB, FSU-James runs with tenacity & fights for every yard. His energy is contagious & the kid works hard. At 6'3, 232 he could be a big time short yardage back who steals carries before we know it.

So, in this draft we get 2 towering WRs, a stud DL who will make the loss of Arthur Jones more minuscule, a RT who could start day 1, an athletic linebacker who can learn our system while playing special teams, a playmaking free safety, a big corner who can play top flight man-to-man, an athletic freak of a TE, and a running back who punishes defenders. I'll take this draft to go, Mr. Goodell.

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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