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Ravens are looking forward to drafting a cornerback in day three of the 2016 NFL Draft

Evan Habeeb
Evan Habeeb
USA Today Sports

The Baltimore Ravens haven't drafted a player in the secondary so far during the 2016 NFL Draft. The Ravens had chances to draft corners in day two of the draft such as Xavien Howard, Kendall Fuller, Mackensie Alexander and Cyrus Jones to name a few. However, Ravens Assistant GM Eric DeCosta believes that there are still pretty good cornerbacks available in day three.

The Ravens have eight draft picks remaining with five of them being in the fourth round. The fourth round of the draft is where teams pretty much show its worth around the league as there are quality starters who show up in that round every year.

An argument could be made that the fourth round could make or break the Ravens this year. With the amount of injuries the Ravens sustained during the 2015 season, the team needs all the depth it can get.