The Ravens draft 22nd overall in the first round, 53rd overall in the second
round and 84th overall in the third round.
1. Alex Barron 6-7, 322 Florida State 4.90
Comment: Athletic left tackle prospect rated among the top 15 selections, Barron has a wingspan of 7 feet, 6 inches with his arms measuring a combine-best 37 ¾ inches.
2. Khalif Barnes 6-5, 302 Washington 4.91
Comment: Nasty disposition goes along with his defensive line background, converted by former Huskies coach and new Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel after freshman year and didn't allow a sack as a senior.
3. Jammal Brown 6-5, 315 Oklahoma 5.08
Comment: Former Sooners defensive tackle didn't allow a sack or a quarterback pressure last year and won the Outland Trophy as nation's top lineman with 130 knockdowns. Blockish build ideally suited for right tackle.
4. Adam Terry 6-8, 328 Syracuse 5.30
Comment: Natural blocker excelled in the Big East Conference and is particularly adept in pass protection, but needs to gain more bulk and strength for running plays.
5. Marcus Johnson 6-6, 321 Mississippi 5.39
Comment: Versatile athlete with sound footwork whom many analysts are projecting as a top offensive guard or as a viable combo draft pick.
As well as a being a long time contributor to RavensInsider, Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.
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