To get Long, the Ravens project Miami taking Michigan offensive tackle Jake Long No. 1 overall, which is already a done deal. The Rams take LSU defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey at No. 2, followed by Atlanta selecting Ryan at No. 3. Oakland takes Ohio State defensive end Vernon Gholston at No. 4, the Chiefs select Boise State offensive tackle Ryan Clady at No. 5 and the Jets pick Arkansas running back Darren McFadden at 6. The Patriots, at No. 7, like Chris Long, but the Ravens might swap the position to take him, giving up a mid-round draft pick. Patriots coach Bill Belichick likes to stockpile draft choices, so the Ravens believe he would be willing to do a deal.