Best Players Available: Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma; Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida; Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech; Everson Griffen, USC; Carlos Dunlap, Florida; Brian Price, UCLA; Dan Williams, Tennessee; Terrence Cody, Alabama; Jared Odrick, Penn State; Lamarr Houston, Texas; Corey Wootten, Northwestern; Alex Carrington, Arkansas StateAnalysis: Defensive lineman, especially defensive tackles, are almost as difficult to judge coming out of college as wide receivers. The first round is littered with busts drafted way too high. One theory: You end up giving a 320-pound man a virtual fortune at age 22, and suddenly he becomes 350 pounds and eats his way out of football. Suh and McCoy look like sure things right now, but the chances that one of them becomes the next Dewayne Robinson, Jonathan Sullivan or Jimmy Kennedy are pretty good. Defensive ends are a little different. They usually have to have what general managers describe as a "high motor" to be successful in college, so questions about their desire are easier to evaluate. (At least in theory.) Pierre-Paul has a ton of potential and would look great in purple, but he'll be long, long gone by the time the Ravens pick. One intriguing player the Ravens could take a long look at is Carlos Dunlap, Florida's 6-foot-7, 280-pound defensive end who should run a 40 somewhere in the neighborhood of 4.7. Dunlap had some minor character issues in Gainsville -- he was charged with DUI and pleaded no contest -- but that could work to the Ravens advantage if he falls to late the first round as a result. There were also some questions about his desire, but no matter what you think of Ray Lewis at this point in his career, there is no denying he gets young players to play hard. One of the things the Ravens prize the most in their defensive players is versatility, so Everson Griffen and Corey Wootten could be interesting prospects because it appears they are athletic enough to play either defensive end or outside linebacker (sort of like Suggs plays outside linebacker). Everson will likely go in the first round, but Wootten could be available in the second or even third. One other name to remember: Kevin Basped of Nevada. The 6-foot-6, 240 pound defensive end had 19.5 sacks the last two years for the Wolfpack, and has the potential to be a steal in the fourth round.