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e Browns are on top - Jamison HensleyAverageBaltimore RavensOffseason goals: Build the offense around franchise quarterback Lamar Jackson...." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesBaltimore Beatdown homepageHorizontal - WhiteBaltimore Beatdowna Baltimore Ravens communityFollow Baltimore Beatdown online:Follow Baltimore Beatdown on TwitterFollow Baltimore Beatdown on FacebookFollow Baltimore Beatdown on InstagramLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchBaltimore Beatdown main menuPodcastFilm ReviewFanpostsFanshotsRavensAboutOddsCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhitePodcast Film Review Fanposts Fanshots Ravens StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Ravens ReportYahoo Ravens Depth ChartYahoo Ravens TransactionsYahoo Ravens PhotosAbout Odds Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Ravens News 6/19: Ingram a perfect complement 2019 Trace McSorley Jersey , offseason ratings and moreNew,33commentsEDTRating the offseason for all 32 NFL teams: Why the Browns are on top - Jamison Hensley4 bold predictions for the Baltimore Ravens in 2019 - Hunter NollMark Ingram can be the perfect complement to the Ravensí run-first attack - Michael ManningDeShon Elliott Isnít Buying His Own Hype, But You Should - Ryan Mink In his first draft as general manager, what does Eric DeCosta have up his sleeve?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBaltimore Beatdowna Baltimore Ravens communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpPodcastFilm ReviewFanpostsFanshotsRavensAboutOddsCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhitePodcast Film Review Fanposts Fanshots Ravens StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Ravens ReportYahoo Ravens Depth ChartYahoo Ravens TransactionsYahoo Ravens PhotosAbout Odds Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed under:NFL Draft2019 NFL DraftFour predictions for the Ravens draft New,14commentsIn his first draft as general manager, what does Eric DeCosta have up his sleeve? EDTShareTweetShareShareFour predictions for the Ravens draft Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY SportsThe Ravens season only ended a little over three months ago but for most fans, itís felt like an eterinity. The long wait for one of the teamís most-anticipated drafts in recent memory is finally coming to an end. Day one of NFL draft is finally here and weíll soon find out which rookies will make up the incoming freshman class. What is the Ravens top need?Sign up for Baltimore Beatdown FanPulse here!Here are some realistic predictions for what the Ravens will do this weekend. Be sure to comment down below and share your thoughts! Trading back out of the first round A lot of fans may not be happy with this one, but we should all prepare ourselves for the very real possibility that the Ravens do not make a selection on day one. Depending on how the board plays out, this could actually end up being the smartest decision. Baltimore can likely trade back and acquire a second-round pick, which they currently donít have Trace McSorley Baltimore Ravens Jersey , and an additional third or fourth rounder. In the past, Ozzie Newsome showed a willingness to trade back in the draft and load up on mid-round picks. Look for DeCosta to follow this strategy in his first draft calling the shots. Stocking up more picks gives the Ravens a better chance to further address their roster needs, so donít be surprised if Baltimore ends up with more than just eight draft selections. Double dipping at multiple positions There are two definitive positions where the Ravens need to add pro-ready, starting-caliber talent in the draft: wide receiver and outside linebacker. The Ravens will almost certainly use at least two of their first three selections to draft a player at each of these positions, however, donít be surprised if they end up picking multiple receivers and edge rushers. We saw the Ravens do this last year when they took two receivers, Jordan Lasley and Jaleel Scott, back-to-back. They also double dipped at tight end with Hayden Hurst in the first round and Mark Andrews in the third. In 2017, the Ravens selected two edge guys in Tim Williams and Tyus Bowser, both of which are expected to take big leaps this year. However Youth Trace McSorley Jersey , their performance thus far has inspired little confidence, which is a big reason why the Ravens will likely double dip at pass-rusher again in this yearís draft. We could also see this development play out with the interior offensive line positions: center and guard. Baltimore is looking to upgrade from and/or add some competition into the mix for these spots, currently fortified by Matt Skura, James Hurst, and Alex Lewis. It wouldnít be surprising to see the Ravens draft either a center or guard early and do so again in the later rounds. No tight ends, offensive tackles, or cornerbacks In every draft class since 2010, the Ravens have selected at least one tight end or offensive tackle. However, itís hard to envision the Ravens using any of their selections on either position this weekend. Baltimore has invested early-round picks on tackles Ronnie Stanley and Orlando Brown Jr. in recent drafts, who appear to be the ideal long-term duo on the left and right side of the offensive line. Stanley is in-line for a contract extension soon but itís hard to imagine a scenario in which the Ravens donít lock him up. Thereís decent depth behind them at the tackle position White Brandon Williams Jersey , too. The tight end depth chart consists of Mark Andrews, Hayden Hurst, and Nick Boyle, whom the Ravens just signed to a three-year contract extension in free agency. The position figures to be heavily featured in Greg Romanís offensive scheme, but adding another tight end in the draft seems both redundant and unnecessary. The same applies for cornerback, the deepest position on the roster. With studs at the top in Marlon Humphrey, Brandon Carr, Jimmy Smith, and Tavon Young, the Ravens definitely donít need a starter on the outside or in the slot. Theyíre fine on depth Marquise Brown Baltimore Ravens Jersey , too, with Anthony Averett, Maurice Canady, and Justin Bethel rounding out the depth chart. While the long-term futures of Carr and Smith are murky, the Ravens can afford to wait until next year to address that. Ravens snag a running back in the middle roundsOn the surface, the Ravens appear pretty set at the running back position with Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards, and Kenneth Dixon atop the depth chart. However, thereís definitely a missing element in the backfield, and head coach John Harbaugh alluded to when asked about the possibility of adding another running back at the NFL Winter Meetings. ďI like the idea of adding a shifty Cheap Marquise Brown Jersey , third-down, home-run hitter,Ē Harbaugh said. The current trio of backs on the roster are more downhill bruisers than the type of player Harbaugh is describing here. Adding a speedster to the depth chart will help diversify the rushing attack and complement the skill sets of Ingram and company. Baltimore surely wonít draft a guy like Josh Jacobs in the first round, but when scanning the draft board, there should be some good options in the third, fourth, and fifth rounds. Darrell Henderson (Memphis) and Justice Hill (Oklahoma St.) come to mind, should they make it out of the first two rounds.

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