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Ravens Draft History by the numbers

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NFL Class of 2013 Enshrinement Ceremony Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

As Ozzie Newsome prepares for his final draft as the Baltimore Ravens final decision maker, a glance at the team’s draft history during his 23 year career as general manager:

0 - First round selections from the Big Ten conference

1.3 - Average number of Pro Bowlers picked per draft class (C.J. Mosley, chosen in 2014, is the most recent)

5 - Defensive linemen selected in the first three rounds since Super Bowl XLVII (compared to four linebackers, three defensive backs, two tight ends, one wide receiver and one offensive lineman)

7 - First round selections of players who hail from the Pac-12 (most of any conference)

9 - Alabama prospects picked by Newsome (the most of any college; followed by Oklahoma with 7, Miami and Notre Dame with 6 apiece)

12 - First team All-Pros picked by Newsome (Kelechi Osemele is the most recent, but was playing for the Raiders when honored)

14 - Ravens draft picks that have yet to play a down in the NFL (2017 4th rounder Nico Siragusa is included)

20 - Age of youngest player every drafted by the Ravens (Terrell Suggs in 2003)

48 - Compensatory draft picks the Ravens have been awarded

66 - Total offensive skill prospects drafted by the Ravens (includes tight ends; followed by front-7 defenders with 51, defensive backs with 31 and offensive linemen with 30)

154 - Games started by Joe Flacco (behind only Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Jonathan Ogden and Ed Reed)

180 - Total draft picks in Ravens team history

*Data courtesy of Pro Football Reference Draft Finder