Analysis: Berry is a great player -- a vicious hitter and great leader -- but he'll be gone long before the Ravens get a chance to pick. The same will probably be true of Mays, a physical freak who runs like a corner and hits like a middle linebacker, although Mays' stock slipped a bit after he elected to return for his senior year. He was once thought of as a Top 5 pick, but has been sinking like a stone in recent projections. In that sense, he might be a steal the Ravens couldn't resist if he fell all the way to 25. Hard-hitting safeties who are 6-foot-3, 235 pounds and can run don't come along very often. Thomas presents an interesting case. He would be a reach for the first round, but if he was available in the second round -- even if the Ravens had to trade up in the second round, or down from Round 1 -- he could be a steal. Only a sophomore, Thomas is still a bit raw, but he's smart and versatile, and could even play corner in nickle packages if needed. Another possibility? Myron Rolle, who took a year off from football to study in England when he was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship. Could Rolle be the next Ed Reed?