2017: Final Mock Draft Monitor


Pencils down!

The NFL draft is here and the mockniks have turned in their final predictions.

To see how far we've come, check out MDM and 5.0.

We'll add to this as the day goes on and more mocks are released.

Mel Kiper, ESPN
Posted April 27
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
Senior, 6-3, 213; 2016 stats: 97 catches, 1,500 receiving yards, 19 touchdowns
"Baltimore is in a good spot to choose from the top offensive linemen, but Davis would be tough to pass up. He's stellar after the catch and would help stretch the field for Joe Flacco. Former first-round pick Breshad Perriman has only 33 catches since being picked in 2015. Davis could play inside or outside."

Todd McShay, ESPN
Posted April 27
OL Forrest Lamp, Western KentuckySenior, 6-4, 309 ; 2016 stats: Third-team AP All-American
"The Ravens are hoping Reddick falls to them here. They also need offensive line help, which is where Lamp comes in. He started all four seasons in college, and he has great feet."

Mike Mayock, NFL Media
Posted April 26
LB Haason Reddick, Temple
Senior, 6-1, 230; 2016 stats: 65 tackles, 22.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, 1 interception, 3 forced fumbles 
"Reddick was a walk-on and might be the best story in draft. He lit up the Senior Bowl."

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Media
Posted April 25
WR Corey Davis"The Ravens need to find a true No. 1 receiver and Davis is the best one in the draft."

Lance Zierlein, NFL Media
Posted April 26
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
"The Ravens might have to choose between a pass catcher and Reuben Foster here, but Davis is a talented target who could compete for early reps." 

Charley Casserly, NFL Media
Posted April 24
TE O.J. Howard, Alabama
Senior, 6-5, 249; 2016 stats: 45 receptions, 595 yards, 3 touchdowns
"The draft could not fall any better than this for Ozzie Newsome."

Albert Breer, MMQB
Posted April 27
LB Reuben Foster, Alabama
"No one gets more background on Bama players than Ozzie Newsome. And I hear he's OK with Foster's flags."

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report
Posted April 27
DE Derek Barnett, Tennessee
Junior, 6-5, 259; 2016 stats: 56 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, 1 interception, 2 forced fumbles
"For weeks now, team sources in Baltimore have been telling me they could go edge-rusher here. If so, Derek Barnett (6'3", 259 lbs) makes a ton of sense for the powerful, big players the Ravens like on the outside of the defense. Barnett had amazing production in the SEC and brings to the NFL a power and hand use few college defenders possess. He didn't test amazingly at the scouting combine in Indianapolis or his pro day, but general manager Ozzie Newsome and assistant GM Eric DeCosta are smart enough to look at the film first and his testing second. If you want a man who broke Reggie White's career sacks record, Barnett is the guy who did it."

Nate Davis, USA Today
Posted April 26
OL Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
"Holes have opened on Baltimore's offensive line this offseason, but Lamp could remedy questions at left guard or right tackle and theoretically catalyze a 28th-ranked ground game." 

Peter Schrager, FOX Sports
Posted April 26
LB Reuben Foster, Alabama
Senior, 6-1, 236; 2016 stats: 115 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 5 sacks
"Foster has more than a diluted urine sample on the red flags list, but he can play and he can hit. I have heard rumors that Baltimore is big in on wide receiver Corey Davis, but I think Foster would be the guy in this scenario. If he slips to 16, I could see Ozzie Newsome and Co. tossing the draft board out the window and handing in the card for Foster. Ozzie is an Alabama guy, the Ravens have a history of going Alabama in the first and second rounds, and Foster would provide a toughness and ferocity that has been part of the Ravens defense for decades. He might slip quite a bit on Thursday, but I wouldn't be surprised if Baltimore scooped him up."

Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus
Posted April 26
OLB Carl Lawson, Auburn
Junior, 6-2, 253; 2016 stats: 30 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, 1 forced fumble
"The Ravens have work to do on the edge and Lawson is a good fit after finally showing his potential in 2016. He had an injury-riddled career at Auburn, but he capped it with nine sacks, 13 QB hits, and 45 hurries on his 364 rushes in 2016 and he will be a key piece for the Ravens as they look to replace OLB Elvis Dumervil and eventually OLB Terrell Suggs on the other side."

Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk
Posted April 25
S Malik Hooker, Ohio State
Sophomore, 6-2, 205; 2016 stats: 74 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, 7 interceptions

Rob Rang, CBS Sports
Posted April 24
WR Mike Williams, Clemson
"The Ravens need help at edge rusher and offensive tackle, as well, but general manager Ozzie Newsome may have a hard time letting a prototypical split end like the 6-4, 218-pound Williams slip any further. His ability to box out defenders and win contested passes could make him a quick favorite for Joe Flacco, who lost similarly sure-handed receivers Steve Smith, Sr. and Kamar Aiken over the offseason."

Dane Brugler, CBS Sports
Posted April 27
OL Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
"With Rick Wagner departing in free agency, right tackle is a need area for the Ravens and although Lamp is viewed as a better guard prospect, he is a candidate here as arguably the top line prospect in the draft."

Take a look at the players who have been projected to the Ravens with the No. 16 pick in a variety of mock drafts.

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