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Poll: Who Is Your Favorite Draft Pick?


The Ravens stuck to their best player available mantra and got value with each of their nine draft picks in the 2014 NFL Draft.

So which is your favorite pick?

1st Round: ILB C.J. Mosley, AlabamaMosley was seen as the top inside linebacker in the draft, yet went second behind Ohio State's Ryan Shazier. Mosley's a complete three-down linebacker, strong versus the run and the pass. !

2nd Round: DT Timmy Jernigan, Florida State
Jernigan is a disruptive force in the middle, able to both hold up against bigger blockers and quick enough to get pass rush from the inside. He was regarded as a mid- first-round pick.

3rd Round: S Terrence Brooks, Florida State
Brooks could be an immediate starter in Baltimore at free safety. He's got top-end speed and is a hard-nosed, physical tackler.

3rd Round: TE Crockett Gillmore, Colorado State
Gillmore was one of the few blocking/receiving dual-threat tight ends in the draft. He's a big target at 6-foot-6, 220 pounds and has soft hands.

4th Round: DE Brent Urban, Virginia
Urban has a ton of upside at 6-foot-7, 298 pounds. He's a former Canadian hockey player who was a bit of a late comer to football, and injuries set him back in college. He's a big body with pass rush potential.

4th Round: RB Lorenzo Taliaferro, Coastal Carolina
Taliaferro is a physical runner with imposing size at 6-foot-0, 230 pounds. Last year, he posted nine games with at least 100 rushing yards.

5th Round: C/G John Urschel, Penn StateUrschel was given the Campbell Trophy for being the nation's premier football scholar-athlete. He's a gifted mathematician. On the football field, he's a hard working, physical player.

6th Round: QB Keith Wenning, Ball StateWenning led 10 fourth-quarter comebacks during his career and is a big quarterback (6-3, 313) with a big arm. He owns the school career record for touchdowns (92) and passing yards (11,402), and will compete to be the second or third quarterback.

7th Round: WR Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest
The local product from Clarksville, Md., is a scrappy slot receiver and special teams returner who had a ton of college production. Campanaro has shiftiness and can make tough catches over the middle of the field.

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