The Ravens know exactly when they'll be on the clock in this year's draft.
Baltimore was awarded three compensatory picks, giving the Ravens a total of 10 picks this year. The three compensatory picks are not tradeable, meaning the Ravens have to select at that spot.
The compensatory picks bolstered a full allotment of draft picks for the Ravens, who already added to their arsenal this offseason by trading defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. The Ravens now have six picks in the first four rounds, giving General Manager Ozzie Newsome ammunition if he wants to move around the draft board.
Here's the full breakdown of where the Ravens will select in this year's draft.
Round 1:No. 26Round 2:No. 58Round 3:No. 90Round 4: *No. 122
No. 125 (from Detroit for Haloti Ngata)
No. 136 (compensatory)Round 5:No. 158 (from Detroit for Ngata)
No. 171 (compensatory) *No. 175 (compensatory)* Round 6: *No. 203 (from Dallas for Rolando McClain)
- The Ravens traded a fifth-round pick to Tampa Bay last year in exchange for center Jeremy Zuttah.
- The Ravens traded a sixth-round pick to Cleveland last year to move back into the draft to select wide* *receiver Michael Campanaro.
- The Ravens traded their seventh-round pick to Dallas as part of the deal for McClain.
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