This will be a stellar draft if the top two picks -- quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Ray Rice -- become the foundation for a strong offense. The Ravens are also high on linebacker Tavares Gooden (third round), who will replace Bart Scott in the starting lineup, and safety Tom Zbikowski (third round).
But it's uncertain how the middle of the draft -- offensive tackle Oniel Cousins (third round), wide receiver Marcus Smith (fourth round) and guard-tackle David Hale (fourth round) -- will pan out.Joe Flacco, QB, first round
Became first rookie to win two playoff games.
Ray Rice, RB, second round
Multi-faceted back finished third on team in rushing and fourth in receiving.
Tavares Gooden, ILB, third round
Limited to four games because of a hip injury.
Tom Zbikowski, S, third round
Second on Ravens with 23 special teams tackles.
Oniel Cousins, OT, third round
Caused fights in training camp but made little noise in regular season.
Marcus Smith, WR, fourth round
Made no receptions in five games.
David Hale, OT-G, fourth round
Subbed in at right guard and tackle at different stints.
Haruki Nakamura, S, sixth round
Fourth on Ravens with 14 special teams tackles.
Justin Harper, WR, seventh round
Sidelined all season with a knee injury.
Allen Patrick, RB, seventh round
Cut before regular season and picked up by Cleveland Browns.