Top prospects the Ravens may target on Day 2 of the NFL draft
The Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel looks at the best of the rest in the 2012 NFL draft. The Ravens traded out of the first round, sending the 29th overall pick to the Minnesota Vikings for the 35th overall pick (the third pick in the second round) and the 98th pick (early in the fourth round). Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said after the first round ended there were several players they like still on the board. Here are eight prospects they could be targeting.
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Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State
Adams reportedly flunked a drug test at the NFL scouting combine, which may have been in a factor in him falling out of the first round. There were already questions about his character before that incident. But Adams has oodles of talent, and he might be the best blind-side prospect in the draft outside of Matt Kalil, who went to the Vikings. Adams is tall, athletic and nasty when he wants to get after it.