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Baltimore Ravens: C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama

The Ravens wanted Dont'a Hightower, but the Patriots moved ahead of them and stole him. Maybe Ozzie Newsome will select another SEC linebacker as a successor for Ray Lewis in April. Lewis was thought to be out for the year with torn triceps. His career could be over very soon.

 

 

No shot they will be picking at 28.

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Baltimore Ravens: Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech

The Ravens take chances on players like Da'Rick Rogers. If Rogers stays out of trouble, he could be a solid weapon for Joe Flacco. The declining Anquan Boldin will be entering his contract year and will have to be replaced soon.

 

 

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Baltimore Ravens: Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU

The Ravens suddenly have glaring issues at cornerback. Lardarius Webb tore an ACL for the second time in his career, while Cary Williams is a free agent.

 

It appears as though Tyrann Mathieu will enter the 2013 NFL Draft. The Ravens have taken a chance on another troubled cornerback.

 

A huge replacement for Ed.

http://www.chicagonow.com/daily-chicago-sports-tab/2012/12/2013-nfl-mock-draft-a-sixth-sense/

25. Baltimore Ravens - Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia

The Ravens will be desperately trying to get their hands on Te'o. If they can't trade up to get him, the Ravens will undoubtedly find a gem that once again reminds the league that Mr. Newsome is arguably the best talent evaluator in the game. Ogletree is considered a potential top-15 pick and is the #2 inside linebacker in this year's class behind Te'o.

http://www.mockdrafthq.com/2012/12/2013-nfl-mock-draft-december-6th-edition.html#more-4368

29. Ravens: Okafor, Alex DE Texas

The Ravens always select the highest rated player. Okafor gives them depth if T-Sizzle’s injuries keep piling up. You never know with a 30+ aged athlete. That wall comes QUICK…

 

 

 

http://www.drafttek.com/2013-NFL-Mock-Draft-Round1b.asp

28 Baltimore

Dion Jordan

Oregon

OLB34

Reach/Value: -3 Height:

6'6"

Weight:

246 Alternate Pick #1

Jackson Jeffcoat

Alternate Pick #2

Michael Buchanan Baltimore has few holes and selecting a player for them is always difficult. As the season began, it appeared that linebacker was one position that was safe to say they would target. With Suggs out, the pass rush was anemic. Since Suggs has returned, there have been improvements but the Ravens need to plan a better contingency plan. Dion Jordan is flying up draft boards right now. Jordan has a big Senior year for the Ducks and is an athletic freak. Jordan has amazing size at 6'6", 240, and has lined up at DE, LB, and even CB for the Ducks this year. Jordan's best fit is as a pass-rushing OLB in the NFL and Baltimore has the luxury of taking him and molding him behind T-Sizzle. Some other options for Baltimore could come in the secondary, as Ed Reed is an impending free agent and injuries have crippled the CBs, or OL, where they have had solid, yet unspectacular, play.

 

 

 

http://www.drafttek.com/2013-NFL-Mock-Draft-Round2b.asp

58 Baltimore

Michael Mauti

Penn State

SILB

Reach/Value: -17 Height:

6'2"

Weight:

242 Alternate Pick #1

Desmond Trufant

Alternate Pick #2

Khaled Holmes After selecting Dion Jordan as an ideal long-term replacement for Terrell Suggs, Baltimore turns around and finds Ray Lewis' replacement in Round Two. As any Penn Stater will tell you, Mauti is every bit the leader, in every way, that Ray Lewis is, and he's a great player to boot. Mauti's late-season knee injury could affect his stock, depending on the severity, but if he checks out medically, expect Mauti to hear his name early. In Baltimore, he could join the ILB mix from day one and would be a perfect heir apparent to Ray Lewis' throne.

 

 

http://www.drafttek.com/2013-NFL-Mock-Draft-Round3.asp

90 Baltimore

William Campbell

Michigan

DE34

Reach/Value: -3 Height:

6'5"

Weight:

308 Alternate Pick #1

Mario Benavides

Alternate Pick #2

Jamar Taylor

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29(P) Baltimore: Jarvis Jones,* OLB Georgia

The Ravens have won the bulk of their games in 2012 despite an inconsistent pass rush. Jones is an explosive athlete with electric pass rush skills who could challenge to start as a rookie and the Ravens have shown a willingness to gamble on players with medical questions.

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#26) Baltimore Ravens- Eric Reid (Safety LSU) ericreid.jpg Every year Ed Reed contemplates retirement, and one of these years, he's actually going to do it. Baltimore needs to find somebody who can fill in his role, as the deep safety, making plays in centerfield. Eric Reid isn't Ed Reed (despite the coincidental name similarity), but they do both have a comparable skill set. Both have great range, and can go sideline to sideline. Both have good instincts, with a nose for the football. Both of them are free safeties, but can come down and hit like a linebacker. The difference is, that Ed Reed is an elite playmaker, and while Eric Reid has decent ball skills, he (like most people) can't match Ed's ability.

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Baltimore Ravens: Johnathan Hankins, NT, Ohio State OhioState_logo.gif
This pick is all about figuring out which player will fall to the Ravens. Ozzie Newsome frequently scoops up plummeting prospects, and there's no reason to believe that this year will be any different. The tumbling prospect could easily be Johnathan Hankins because he looked sluggish at the Combine and consequently ran slowly.

Terrence Cody is a bust. He was playing behind Ma'ake Kemoeatu in his third season. Kemoeatu is a 34-year-old free agent, so the Ravens may want to bring in a new nose tackle this offseason.

 

 

He eats lots of double teams. He ends up on the ground a little much. Looks to be a solid replacement for Cody.

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Baltimore Ravens: D.J. Swearinger, S, South Carolina SouthCarolina_logo.gif
Jason La Canfora recently reported that some of Ed Reed's teammates believe that he won't be back with the Ravens next year. Reed's an impending free agent, so he may move on with Ray Lewis also leaving. If that happens, Baltimore will obviously be looking for a new safety this offseason.

 

 

Color me not impressed. I would play Christian Thompson over this guy.

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Baltimore Ravens: Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech TennesseeTech_logo.gif
The Ravens take chances on players like Da'Rick Rogers. If Rogers stays out of trouble, he could be a solid weapon for Joe Flacco. The expensive Anquan Boldin will be entering his contract year and will have to be replaced soon.

 

Looks OK but I just don't see WR as any kind of need in this draft.

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Baltimore Ravens: Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU LSU_logo.gif
The Ravens suddenly have glaring issues at cornerback. Lardarius Webb tore an ACL for the second time in his career, while Cary Williams is a free agent. The Ravens have taken a chance on another troubled cornerback, so they'll consider Tyrann Mathieu.

 

 

In the 4th would be a steller spot to get Honey Badger.

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Baltimore Ravens: Walter Stewart, DE/OLB, Cincinnati Cincinnati_logo.gif
The Ravens seem like the type of team to take a chance on someone like Walter Stewart - a possible first-round talent who has major back-related issues that nearly forced him into retirement.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9QcWcCPDrI

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrBc_PdopCI

 

I really like this as a pick in the 5th. He gets the the QB and holds his ground on the edge.

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