The NFL released its finalized draft order for all teams on Friday. The Ravens have seven picks in this year's draft, which will be held April 29-May 1.
Here's where the Ravens will pick:
- Round 1: 27th overall
- Round 2: 58th
- Round 3: 104th
- Round 4: 131st
- Round 5: 171st, 184th
- Round 6: 210th
Baltimore sent its original third-round pick (90th overall) to the Minnesota Vikings in a trade for outside linebacker Yannick Ngakoue, who recently signed with the Las Vegas Raiders.
The 104th selection is a compensatory pick the Ravens received when the Houston Texans hired David Culley as head coach. Under the NFL's new minority hiring resolution, passed by owners in November, a team that loses a minority coach or executive to another club as its head coach or general manager receives two third-round compensatory picks, one pick in each of the next two drafts. The Ravens will also receive a third-round compensatory pick in 2022 for losing Culley, Baltimore's former assistant head coach/pass coordinator/wide receivers coach.
The 184th selection is a compensatory pick the Ravens were awarded when defensive lineman Michael Pierce signed with the Vikings last year.