"I had a good feeling from the get-go, even from what I knew before I was even there," Smith said. "I knew the way I am as a person and the way I play kind of fit the way they do things up there. I knew it was a great possibility of me going there."
It was a surprising move considering Reid had been projected by some draft experts to go in the fifth or sixth round.
"I think he's very underrated," ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay said. "Jah Reid has a chance to be a starter in this league."
Reid, who is 6 feet 7, 330 pounds, is expected to play right tackle, which suggests that Michael Oher could stay at left tackle.
The knock on Reid is a lack of power, average instincts and marginal foot quickness. As heavy as 375 pounds early in his career, Reid worked hard to get in better shape and started to gain attention with a strong effort last season against Georgia and at the East-West Shrine game.
Harbaugh pointed out Reid's "mean" attitude."
"I think he's going to develop fast," Harbaugh said. "This is a guy we all like. He's on the upswing. He'll be competing for the right tackle spot right away, so we'll see where it goes."
The Ravens wrap up the draft Saturday with five picks in the final four rounds.