Some scouts thought that the deepest and most gifted position in the 2015 NFL draft was at running back. Former Southern Cal star Buck Allen could be proof he's expected to pay immediate dividends for the Ravens despite the fact that he was the 12th running back selected.
The Cleveland Browns might be closing the gap but no one filled holes better than Ozzie Newsome and Eric DeCosta, earning the Ravens an "A" on the 2015 NFL Draft test.
The Ravens met with 23 prospects according to an unofficial list compiled by NFLDraftScout.com, including six defensive backs and five wide receivers.
The Baltimore Ravens have 10 picks in the 2015 NFL Draft, beginning with the No. 26 selection in the first round April 30 in Chicago. GM Ozzie Newsome has a history of finding value early in the draft. How would you invest the team's wealth of draft assets?
NFLDraftScout.com is putting all 32 teams "on the clock," identifying team needs, best fit, experts picks and then putting readers on the clock: Who should the Baltimore Ravens select 26th overall in the 2015 NFL Draft?

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