Jalen Ramsey was thought as a shoe-in top five pick and then all hell broke loose in the form of the Philadelphia Eagles and the Los Angeles (still weird to write) Rams trading up to guarantee two quarterbacks being picked with the first two picks. In the process catapulting better players down the board.
Laramy Tunsil is thought of as the player who the Ravens have the best shot at having but the San Diego Chargers find themselves in a similar situation with their left tackle being unreliable. King Dunlap is a concussion away from retirement.. If Tunsil is passed on, Phillip Rivers will without doubt look on with disgust.
The Dallas Cowboys were thought of as a team who would be keen on Ramsey and perhaps they still are but the loss of Demarcus Lawrence, added to that of Randy Gregory's will sway their gaze towards the front seven. Joey Bosa has impressed them in his work-out and he is a hand-in-glove fit in Rod Marinelli's scheme.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been linked to Myles Jack throughout the draft process. Jacksonville's general manager has gone as far as to say to not believe everything that was to be heard where Myles Jack's knee was to be concerned. With the signing of Tashaun Gipson, and Jonathan Cyprien providing steady play safety is not a clear need for Jacksonville. Ramsey does want to play cornerback though, and Jacksonville can upgrade with Ramsey. However adding Myles Jack to Telvin Smith would give the Jaguars one of the most explosive linebacker duos in the league.
And thus Jalen Ramsey falls to the Ravens. This scenario is plausible. The Ravens would hand in the card in under 30 seconds.