Best Players Available: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame; Sam Bradford, Oklahoma; Tim Tebow, Florida; Colt McCoy, Texas; Jarret Brown, West Virginia; Tony Pike, Cincinnati; Jonathan Crompton, Tennessee; Dan LeFevour, Central Mighigan; Bill Stull, Pittsburgh; Sean Canfield, Oregon State; Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State; Darryl Clark, Penn State.Analysis: Even if the Ravens decide they only want someone who will happily embrace the role of dual-threat quarterback in the Suggs Package -- or what everyone else in the NFL calls the Wildcat -- they've made an upgrade to their team since Troy Smith had no such interest. The best-case scenario for the Ravens might be to pick an athletic quarterback in the late rounds who isn't adverse to playing wide receiver if the opportunity arises. In my opinion, that's what makes Edwards such an interesting, risk-free selection in the last few rounds. A four-year starter at Appalachian State, the only FCS player with more career yards than Edwards is Steve McNair. Edwards completed 68 percent of his passes as a senior, threw for 3,200 yards, and he rushed for 679 yards. He may not project as a future NFL starter because he's not particularly tall (although Drew Brees prove that isn't always the most important factor in success) and because he didn't play against elite competition in college (then again, neither did Joe Flacco) but he's athletic and fast and certainly worth a late-round gamble. Maybe he's the next Hines Ward or Julian Edelman. Even if they don't like Edwards, they should roll the dice on a big, athletic, unpolished playmaker like Crompton or Clark just to give Cam Cameron another weapon to work with.