Best Players Available: Rolando McClain, Alabama; Brandon Spikes, Florida; Jerry Hughes, TCU; Brandon Graham, Michigan; Sergio Kindle, Texas; Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri; Daryl Washington, TCU; Navaro Bowman, Penn State; Darryl Sharpton, Miami; Analysis: It's a bit of a shame the Ravens won't have a shot at drafting Rolando McClain, because he is the closest thing to a sure thing in this draft. He's also the closest player to Ray Lewis the college game has seen in awhile, except that he's even bigger than Lewis. He can run, hit, cover and is like having a defensive coordinator on the field. And that's why he'll be long gone before the Ravens pick at No. 25. Brandon Spikes is an interesting prospect because, while the physical tools and production are there, some scouts question his speed, quickness and character. Hughes might be one of the most interesting players to keep an eye on, especially if the Ravens trade their first round pick for an early second rounder. A former high school running back, Hughes has excellent speed on the edge, a non-stop motor, and he also has the athletic ability to drop into coverage. He led the nation in sacks in 2008 with 15, and had 11 in 2009. The Ravens could potentially use him the way they used to use Adalius Thomas and currently use Jarret Johnson and Suggs. Brandon Graham's versatility could also be intriguing. The Ravens defense is something of a hybrid between a 3-4 and a 4-3, so athletes who can play multiple spots and do multiple things are always on their radar.