Baltimore Ravens Must Land One Of These 5 Guys In First Round Of 2016 NFL Draft

By Brad Berreman

The Baltimore Ravens have been a perennial playoff contender for as long as anyone can remember, so they are in a rare spot with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. The opportunity to add an elite talent is there for general manager Ozzie Newsome, and the Ravens must get one of these five guys with their top-10 pick.

Baltimore Ravens Must Land One Of These 5 Guys In First Round Of 2016 NFL Draft
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5. Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley

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There is some buzz about Stanley going to the San Diego Chargers at No. 3 overall. But the Ravens are in the market for a tackle, so there is a fit if Stanley is available and they like him enough to invest.

5. Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley

There is some buzz about Stanley going to the San Diego Chargers at No. 3 overall. But the Ravens are in the market for a tackle, so there is a fit if Stanley is available and they like him enough to invest.

4. Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey

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Ramsey may fall just a bit now, and the Ravens should be glad to add him to a defense that intercepted a league-low six passes last season.

4. Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey

Ramsey may fall just a bit now, and the Ravens should be glad to add him to a defense that intercepted a league-low six passes last season.

3. Oregon DE DeForest Buckner

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The Ravens are reportedly prioritizing pass rushers at No. 6, with some apparent focus on edge rushers. Buckner is not a perfect fit based on that, but he does get after the quarterback (10.5 sacks last season) as a 3-4 defensive end.

3. Oregon DE DeForest Buckner

The Ravens are reportedly prioritizing pass rushers at No. 6, with some apparent focus on edge rushers. Buckner is not a perfect fit based on that, but he does get after the quarterback (10.5 sacks last season) as a 3-4 defensive end.

2. Ohio State DE Joey Bosa

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ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley specifically mentioned Bosa while reporting the Ravens are targeting pass rushers. So if he is available at No. 6, the pick could be easy for Baltimore.

2. Ohio State DE Joey Bosa

ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley specifically mentioned Bosa while reporting the Ravens are targeting pass rushers. So if he is available at No. 6, the pick could be easy for Baltimore.

1. Ole Miss OT Laremy Tunsil

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Tunsil was once the favorite to go No. 1 in this draft, but the Tennessee Titans' trade down changed that. The Ravens need to find a long-term replacement for Eugene Monroe at left tackle, and Tunsil would fit that bill.

1. Ole Miss OT Laremy Tunsil

Tunsil was once the favorite to go No. 1 in this draft, but the Tennessee Titans' trade down changed that. The Ravens need to find a long-term replacement for Eugene Monroe at left tackle, and Tunsil would fit that bill.

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