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Poll: Who Will Ravens Pick At No. 6?


You've probably read countless mock drafts and watched even more highlight videos.

Now it's time to make your selection.

Who will the Ravens pick at No. 6?

We've narrowed the list down to 10 players to choose from. Assuming that the Ravens don't trade down, the player Baltimore picks will likely be on this list.

OT Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
Tunsil may be the best pass protector to come out of the draft in the last several years. He's got top-notch athleticism to go along with a prototype frame. Tunsil didn't allow a single sack last year and only five pressures. He could be the Ravens' first anchor at left tackle since Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden retired following the 2007 season. !

DE Jalen Ramsey, Florida State
Ramsey may be the best pure athlete in this year's class. He dominated the NFL Scouting Combine and was even a sprinter and champion long jumper for the Seminoles' track team. He has position flexibility, as he played outside and slot cornerback, as well as safety, in college. He only had three career interceptions, however.

DE Joey Bosa, Ohio State
Bosa was one of the most dominant players in college football the past two years, though his stats don't always show it. He was constantly double teamed last year. Bosa brings a lot to the table. He's a forceful run defender and powerful pass rusher. He has a nonstop motor and strong work ethic. He'll have to convert from defensive end in a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 outside linebacker.

LB Myles Jack, UCLA
Jack is a dynamic and exciting player because of his versatility and athleticism. He can do a bit of everything at a high level. Jack was named the Pac-12's Freshman Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year. He is one of the best coverage linebackers to come out of college and a forceful hitter against the run. The main question with Jack is whether his meniscus knee injury will have long-term repercussions.

DE DeForest Buckner, Oregon
The 6-foot-7 Buckner is an imposing figure who can be dominant against the run and as a pass rusher. He uses his massive frame and top-notch athleticism to make plays in opponents' backfields. Buckner has one of the highest floors of any of the prospects at the top of this year's class.

RB Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State
Elliott is a dynamic weapon who could be an instant game-changer. He rushed for more than 1,800 yards the past two years and punched in 41 touchdowns over that time. He's also a weapon on third down as he can catch and run and is a very strong pass blocker. The Ravens already have a stable of running backs, including 2014 Pro Bowler Justin Forsett, but Elliott would be a young, dynamic talent.

CB Vernon Hargreaves, Florida
One of the best pure cover corners in the draft, Hargreaves has the toughness, smarts and intangibles to succeed at the NFL level. He has excellent movement to shadow quicker receivers and is physical against the run. One of his best attributes is consistent playmaking ability with 10 career interceptions. The knock on Hargreaves is his size. At 5-foot-10, 204 pounds, Hargreaves could have trouble matching up against bigger NFL receivers.

OT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame
There's been buzz that some NFL teams have Stanley rated above Tunsil on their big board. Stanely is another prototypical left tackle with top-notch athleticism. He returned to Notre Dame for his senior year and improved his technique. A former basketball player, Stanley has excellent movement with his feet. The questions about him surrounded his desire and passion.

OLB Leonard Floyd, Georgia
Floyd may be the best pure 3-4 edge rusher in this year's draft class. He logged 17 sacks during his three years at Georgia and was a Butkus Award (nation's best linebacker) finalist. The 6-foot-6, 244-pound Floyd wins with his speed and balance. He's a long, lean rusher. Floyd has been one of the late risers in pundits' mock drafts as it seems teams are starting to buzz about his potential.

OLB Shaq Lawson, ClemsonLawson finally got a chance to start at Clemson in 2015 and made the most of it. He had a monster season with 24.5 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks.* *Lawson is built like Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, standing in at 6-foot-3 and 269 pounds. Like Suggs, Lawson wins mostly with power, explosion and toughness. He's versatile enough to play in a 3-4 or with his hand in the dirt and is very strong at the point of attack. He would be an anchor against the run.

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