SB Nation's latest Mock Draft has the Baltimore Ravens taking Wisconsin offensive tackle, Gabe Carimi, with their pick (#26) in the first round. Carimi is arguably the best offensive tackle in the draft and he didn't hesitate to declare himself as such when interviewed at the NFL Scouting Combine in late February.
For argument's sake, the only guys that the Ravens have been rumored to be looking at that were drafted after #26 were Miami DE Allen Bailey, Mississippi State OT Derek Sherrod and Florida G/C Mike Pouncey. Players supposedly linked to the Ravens that were already selected by the time the Ravens picked include Miami CB Brandon Harris (taken at #25 by Seattle), Colorado CB Jimmy Smith (taken at #23 by Philadelphia) and Missouri DE Aldon Smith (taken at #20 by Tampa Bay).
Click on the link at the top of the page for the full first round of picks.
(Check out the 7-round Mock Draft by SB Nation's Pittsburgh Steelers' site, 'Behind The Steel Curtain' after the 'Jump')
'Behind The Steel Curtain' did a great job projecting the entire seven round draft, with detailed explanation on the justification of the picks for each team in the first round. I think most Baltimore Ravens fans will be very satisfied with at least the first two picks they selected for us, but then the jury might be out on the remainder of the draft as far as the Ravens picks.
They did the first three rounds in one story, and then rounds 4-7 in another story. Click on the link above for rounds 1-3 and at the bottom of that story is a link for rounds 4-7.
Thanks to both SB Nation and Behind The Steel Curtain for their in-depth work in producing these two interesting Mock Drafts.