I'll give you this 7 rounder, and I just did my first 1st round mock draft on nfl.com. I obviously gave us Jerry Ricecake, WR, GOAT. Read this scouting report. http://www.nfl.com/combine/jerry-ricecake-combine-profile He was a top performer in a bench press that he didn't take part in. Okay, I'll get to the real life 7 round Ravens mock draft. I'm using that website, but I'll try to avoid any crazy values to make it realistic.
Round 1: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State. This pick is a good pick. 3 CB's is becoming much more important now, and Gilbert could be a very good CB. Him and Jimmy Smith on the outside with Webb in the slot would be great. Khalil Mack was actually available here, but I wanted the mock to be realistic.
Round 2: Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois. If he makes it here, a lot of us would be happy. He might be the best coverage S in the draft. Ward and Elam would make a good S combo. And if you're worried about covering TE's, we do have one other option. Arthur Brown. He might do a decent job on TE's.
Round 3: Terrance West, RB, Towson. This is a popular 3rd round pick for us. He would be great to have here.
Round 3 Comp: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson. We have some good WR's, so Bryant has some time to develop before he's forced into action. He's 6'4" and has good speed. He's probably worth a shot.
Round 4 Comp #1: Brent Urban, DE, Virginia. One of my favorite players in the draft. He is a great pick here.
Round 4 Comp #2: Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina. This would be a good player to just stay behind Steve Smith for a year or two and learn everything, then take over for him after he leaves. They have very similar skills.
Round 5 Comp: Xavier Grimble, TE, USC. We ran out of the better TE options (Fiedorowicz was gone in the 4th round comp), so we take Grimble. He could be a decent #2 TE.
Round 6: Justin Britt, OL, Missouri. I am a fan of Britt. He seems like a sleeper and could be a good pick here.
Comment, read, do whatever.