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2017: Ravens Mock Draft Monitor 4.0

Posted Apr 3, 2017

Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome will find himself on the clock in less than a month. Here's a roundup of who draftniks think the Ravens will select at pick No. 16 in the first round.


The draft is now less than a month away.

The combine and most of the college pro day workouts are in the rearview mirror, and now teams are wrapping up their research by inviting select prospects for in-person visits.

Over the next few weeks, teams will finalize their draft boards and prepare for when they find themselves on the clock.

Here’s the latest roundup of who the experts think the Ravens will select with the No. 16 overall pick.

(For reference, take a look back at Mock Draft Monitor 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0.)

Mel Kiper, ESPN
Posted March 22
OT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin
Senior, 6-foot-6, 314 pounds; 14 starts at left tackle

“This is a strange year for offensive tackles – there are no top-five-type talents in this class. This is about the range where I expect the first tackle to go. Ramczyk, Cam Robinson and Garett Bolles are all on the board, but I'm going with Ramczyk, who's a better prospect at right tackle. Baltimore has Ronnie Stanley, the No. 6 overall pick in 2016, on the left side, and Ramczyk (6-6, 310) would upgrade the right side over former undrafted free agent James Hurst.”

Charley Casserly, NFL Network
Posted March 28
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
Senior, 6-3, 213; 2016 stats: 97 catches, 1,500 receiving yards, 19 touchdowns

“Davis is a big target for Joe Flacco.”

Chad Reuter, NFL.com
Posted March 30
WR John Ross, Washington
Redshirt junior, 5-11, 190; 2016 stats: 81 catches, 1,150 yards, 17 touchdowns, eight carries, 102 yards, 1 touchdown

“Baltimore finds a deep threat so Joe Flacco can unleash his cannon arm.”

Lance Zierlein, NFL.com
Posted March 27
WR Mike Williams, Clemson
Senior, 6-3, 225; 2016 stats: 98 catches, 1,361 yards, 11 touchdowns

“The Ravens pick up a big, go-to target with fantastic ball skills who has the potential to become a WR1.”

Rob Rang, CBS Sports
Posted March 27
OLB Derek Barnett, Tennessee
Junior, 6-5, 259; 2016 stats: 56 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, 1 interception, 2 forced fumbles

Barnett lacks the length and pure explosiveness scouts would prefer, which could lead to his slipping a bit on draft day. Barnett's instincts, use of hands and production (33 sacks over the past three years), however, could have him ultimately outplay his draft slot.”

Dan Brugler, CBS Sports
Posted March 27
WR Mike Williams, Clemson

“The Ravens have plenty of speed at receiver, but only average size. Williams has only average speed, but his body control, catch radius and overall size are where he shines.”

Pete Prisco, CBS Sports
Posted March 30
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan

“They need to get help outside for Joe Flacco with Steve Smith retiring.”

Will Brinson, CBS Sports
Posted March 30
WR John Ross, Washington

“This would be a steal for Ozzie Newsome, and it would give Joe Flacco a deadly deep threat once the team moves on from Mike Wallace.”

Dieter Kurtenbach, FOX Sports
Posted March 27
CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State
Redshirt sophomore, 6-2, 192; 2016 stats: 41 tackles, four interceptions, one touchdown

“The Ravens might be inclined to replace the recently retired Zach Orr with this pick, but they need to lock down their secondary if they stand any chance of playoff contention next year.”

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