Michael McCrary, who played six of his 10 NFL seasons with the Ravens, will announce the team's second-round pick at the upcoming draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
McCrary is one of 32 former players that will reveal picks for the respective teams they played on. McCrary had an outstanding career with the Ravens that later led to his induction into the team's Ring of Honor. This is the fourth year the league has had former players announce picks.
In his career, McCrary amassed 319 tackles, seven forced fumbles, seven fumble recoveries and 71 sacks. 51 of those sacks came as a member of the Ravens. He started every game of the 2000 regular season and was a major part of the Ravens' Super Bowl XXXV title.
McCrary's final season was in 2002, when he started only two of the five games he appeared in. Knee injuries forced him to retire.
His most productive season was in 1998, when he had 65 tackles and 14.5 sacks.