Ravens 2015 Draft Pick Finalized


The Ravens know where they will be picking in this year's draft.

Baltimore will have the No. 26 pick in this spring's draft after losing to the Patriots in Saturday's divisional-round matchup.

Selecting in that range is familiar territory for the Ravens, as they have drawn picks within three spots of No. 26 in five of the last seven seasons. The last time they had the No. 26 pick, they took cornerback Jimmy Smith out of Colorado.

The Ravens could use this year's selection to address a variety of needs, including cornerback, safety, tight end or running back.

General Manager Ozzie Newsome could also end up trading the pick, which he has a history of doing. Newsome has moved in the first round in four of the last seven drafts.

Here's a breakdown of where the Ravens have drafted under Head Coach John Harbaugh:

2014:No. 17. Inside linebacker C.J. Mosley
2013:No. 32. Safety Matt Elam
2012:No. 29. Traded to No. 35, drafted outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw
2011:No. 26. Cornerback Jimmy Smith
2010:No. 25. Traded back to No. 43, drafted outside linebacker Sergio Kindle
2009:No. 26. Traded up to No. 23, drafted tackle Michael Oher
2008:No. 8. Traded back to No. 18, drafted quarterback Joe Flacco

Here is the full draft order at this point:

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  1. Tennessee Titans
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars
  1. Oakland Raiders
  1. Washington
  1. New York Jets
  1. Chicago Bears
  1. Atlanta Falcons
  1. New York Giants
  1. St. Louis Rams
  1. Minnesota Vikings
  1. Cleveland Browns
  1. New Orleans Saints
  1. Miami Dolphins
  1. San Francisco 49ers
  1. Houston Texans
  1. San Diego Chargers
  1. Kansas City Chiefs
  1. Cleveland Browns  
  1. Philadelphia Eagles
  1. Cincinnati Bengals
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers
  1. Detroit Lions
  1. Arizona Cardinals
  1. Carolina Panthers
  1. Baltimore Ravens
  1. Dallas Cowboys
  1. Denver Broncos
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