The draft will be upon us in almost five weeks. You've probably read a bunch of articles talking about how the Ravens have almost always knocked it out of the park with their top 10 picks (looking at you Travis Taylor). This is not one of those articles. This article is talking about which pick you would change if you had the power.
I would change the selection of Mark Clayton in the 2005 NFL Draft. As we now know, Clayton was selected with the 22nd overall pick in the 2005 draft. He would not live up to the Ravens' expectations and he was traded to the Rams before the start of the 2010 season. Looking back, there was definitely some better options available. Aaron Rodgers went to Green Bay Packers two picks later, Roddy White went to the Falcons five picks later, Heath Miller went to the Steelers eight picks later, and Logan Mankins went to the Patriots 10 picks later. That's a future Hall of Fame quarterback, the Falcons all-time leading receiver, the best tight end in Steelers history, and one of the best guards of the past decade all going after a mediocre receiver.
It's understandable if you have a different opinion though. Choosing to take back the selection of Kyle Boller in 2003, Sergio Kindle in 2010, Dan Cody in 2005, or Travis Taylor in 2000 are all valid choices. Leave the draft redo that you would've made and the reason why down in the comments below.