Assuming there are no injury issues, four of the five spots on the Ravens' offensive line are set. Only right tackle needs to be addressed.
Three options apply here: 1) Rick Wagner wins the job. 2) Kelechi Osemele kicks out to right tackle and the Ravens plug in a left guard. 3) A draft pick takes the spot.
The latter is what The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston suggests the Ravens should do, stating the need to upgrade the spot with a young talent in the first round.
Right tackle, safety, running back, receiver, tight end, defensive line and inside linebacker are all positions of need for the Ravens with the draft upcoming.
Some positions are more pressing than others. Purple Reign Show's Phil Gentile breaks down which positions the Ravens should concentrate on first and foremost.
In the first round of the upcoming draft, the Ravens could address either side of the football. CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown takes a look at Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan and Louisville safety Calvin Pryor, and why the organization could use either player.