Ravens' draft outlook

OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens have 10 draft picks, but no first-round selection after trading last year for quarterback Kyle Boller. Their picks: 2nd round (51st overall); 3rd round (88th); 4th round (120th); 5th round (155th); 5th round (160th); 6th round (187th); 7th round (222nd); 7th round (244th); 7th round (246th). <br><br>Here's a look at the Ravens' top needs:<br>

1. Wide receiver

Comment: With Terrell Owens' debacle, team still hasn't upgraded moribund passing game besides adding consultant Jim Fassel. How about Devery Henderson or Keary Colbert?

2. Defensive back

Comment: Ravens would like to find a nickel back and a safety to play next to Ed Reed; Gary Baxter could be on the move. Ricardo Colclough or Bob Sanders?

3. Defensive line

Comment: Had trouble stopping the run in playoff loss to Titans. Randy Starks or Marcus Tubbs?

4. Offensive line

Comment: Building depth, adding future starter on the right side of the line is a key. Chris Snee, Justin Smiley or Nat Dorsey?

5. Quarterback

Comment: Lacks a third quarterback, will have several big-school options to pore over on Sunday. Craig Krenzel, Matt Mauck, Casey Clausen or John Navarre?

Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times.

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