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The NFL draft has finally arrived.

After finishing an NFL-best 13-4 and reaching the AFC championship game last season, the Ravens are poised to add a large rookie class. It all begins Thursday night with the first round in Detroit.

Before the Ravens are on the clock, here’s everything you need to know:

What time is the draft, and how can I watch?

The 2024 NFL draft kicks off in Detroit with the first round Thursday at 8 p.m., followed by Rounds 2-3 on Friday at 7 p.m. and Rounds 4-7 on Saturday at noon. Live coverage will be on NFL Network, NFL+, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes.

What is the draft order?

Here is the order of picks for the first round:

  1. Chicago Bears (from Carolina)
  2. Washington Commanders
  3. New England Patriots
  4. Arizona Cardinals
  5. Los Angeles Chargers
  6. New York Giants
  7. Tennessee Titans
  8. Atlanta Falcons
  9. Chicago Bears
  10. New York Jets
  11. Minnesota Vikings
  12. Denver Broncos
  13. Las Vegas Raiders
  14. New Orleans Saints
  15. Indianapolis Colts
  16. Seattle Seahawks
  17. Jacksonville Jaguars
  18. Cincinnati Bengals
  19. Los Angeles Rams
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers
  21. Miami Dolphins
  22. Philadelphia Eagles
  23. Minnesota Vikings (from Cleveland through Houston)
  24. Dallas Cowboys
  25. Green Bay Packers
  26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  27. Arizona Cardinals (from Houston)
  28. Buffalo Bills
  29. Detroit Lions
  30. Ravens
  31. San Francisco 49ers
  32. Kansas City Chiefs

How many picks do the Ravens have?

After a few trades, including a draft pick swap with the New York Jets in the deal for right tackle Morgan Moses last month, the Ravens have nine total selections.

  • No. 30 (first round)
  • No. 62 (second)
  • No. 93 (third)
  • No. 113 (fourth, from Denver via N.Y. Jets)
  • No. 130 (fourth)
  • No. 165 (fifth)
  • No. 218 (sixth, from N.Y. Jets)
  • No. 228 (seventh, from N.Y. Jets)
  • No. 250 (seventh)

What are the Ravens’ biggest needs?

Here’s a deeper look at the positions the Ravens are most likely to fill in the draft, including offensive line, wide receiver, edge rusher, cornerback and safety.

Who are some of the prospects the Ravens could target?

Here’s a look at which players at positions of need could be available for the Ravens when they’re on the clock at No. 30 overall.

• Georgia offensive tackle Amarius Mims

• Oklahoma offensive tackle Tyler Guyton

• Arizona offensive tackle-guard Jordan Morgan

• BYU offensive tackle Kingsley Suamataia

• Oregon guard-center Jackson Powers-Johnson

• Texas wide receiver Adonai Mitchell

• Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey

• Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy

• Florida State wide receiver Keon Coleman

• Penn State edge rusher Chop Robinson

• Missouri defensive lineman Darius Robinson

• Iowa cornerback-safety Cooper DeJean

• Alabama cornerback Kool-Aid McKinstry

• Georgia cornerback Kamari Lassiter

Who are the prospects with ties to Baltimore and Maryland?

Hat tip to “The Beast” draft guide from The Athletic’s Dane Brugler.

• Southern California quarterback Caleb Williams (Bowie/Gonzaga)

• Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa

• Maryland wide receiver Jeshaun Jones

• Maryland wide receiver Tyrese Chambers (Baltimore/Poly)

• Bowie State wide receiver James McNeill

• Morgan State wide receiver Treveyon Pratt

• Morgan State tight end Abdou Diop

• Michigan running back Blake Corum (St. Frances/St. Vincent Pallotti)

• Maryland offensive lineman Delmar “DJ” Glaze

• Maryland offensive lineman Corey Bullock (Accokeek/Gwynn Park)

• Maryland offensive lineman Mike Purcell

• Maryland offensive lineman Amelio Morán

• Maryland offensive lineman Aric Harris

• Morgan State offensive lineman Dexter Carr

• Penn State offensive lineman Olu Fashanu (Waldorf/Gonzaga)

• Connecticut offensive lineman Christian Haynes (Bowie/Bowie HS)

• Maryland offensive lineman Gottlieb Ayedze (Germantown/Northwest HS)

• Maryland defensive lineman Christian Teague (North Hagerstown/Morgan State)

• Maryland defensive lineman Tre Colbert

• Towson defensive lineman Jesus Gibbs

• Towson defensive lineman Samuel Obiang

• Bowie State defensive lineman Cameron Chesley (Fort Washington/Morgan State)

• Penn State edge rusher Chop Robinson (Gaithersburg/Quince Orchard)

• Alabama edge rusher Chris Braswell (Baltimore/St. Frances)

• Charlotte edge rusher Eyabi Okie-Anoma (Baltimore/St. Frances)

• Michigan defensive tackle Kris Jenkins (Olney/Good Counsel)

• Penn State linebacker Curtis Jacobs (Glen Burnie/McDonogh)

• Morgan State linebacker Noah Washington

• Morgan State linebacker Devan Hebron (Lanham/Duval HS)

• Morgan State linebacker Lawrence Richardson

• Maryland safety Beau Brade (Clarksville/River Hill)

• Maryland cornerback Tarheeb Still

• Maryland cornerback Ja’Quan Sheppard

• Morgan State cornerback Jae’veyon Morton

• Bowie State defensive back Mychale Salahuddin

• Morgan State safety Jordan Toles (Baltimore/St. Frances)

• Towson cornerback Robert Javier

• Wake Forest cornerback Caelen Carson (Waldorf/North Point)

• Notre Dame cornerback Cam Hart (Baltimore/Good Counsel)

• Oregon cornerback Khyree Jackson (Upper Marlboro/Wise)

• Michigan cornerback Josh Wallace (Bowie/DeMatha Catholic)

• Pittsburgh cornerback A.J. Woods (Germantown/Northwest)

• Maryland punter Colton Spangler (Pasadena/Chesapeake-AA)

• Towson running back-kick returner D’Ago Hunter

Who are the Ravens’ most recent first-round picks?

2023: Boston College wide receiver Zay Flowers, No. 22 overall

2022: Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton, No. 14

2022: Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum, No. 25

2021: Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, No. 27

2020: LSU linebacker Patrick Queen, No. 28

2019: Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise Brown, No. 25

2018: South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst, No. 25

2018: Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, No. 32

2017: Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey, No. 16

2016: Notre Dame left tackle Ronnie Stanley, No. 6

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