ROUND 2, PICK 57
WR | Ohio
ESPN's draft gurus seem to think the Ravens will select speedy but unpolished Demaryius Thomas in the first round. But if they pass, Price is an attractive fall-back plan in Round 2. He's fearless, hard-working and durable — that sounds like someone who "plays like a Raven" — but the 6-foot-tall burner has the vertical speed the Ravens offense needs to blow the top off of the opponent's coverage.
Other names to remember: DT Terrence Cody, DE Corey Wooton, CB Chris Cook
ROUND 5, PICK 156
CB | ARIZONA
Cornerback is definitely a need for the Ravens, but it isn't as pressing if Lardarius Webb and Fabian Washington are on track with their injury rehab. Ross may not be the biggest guy, but he's fast and fluid, and can hold his own in man-to-man coverage. He can also help out with the return game.
Other names to remember: TE Tony Moeaki, RB LeGarrette Blount, DE Clifton Geathers
ROUND 5, PICK 157
NT | Central Florida
The Ravens must inject some youth into their defensive line. Troup is a project player, but he's big and bulky, capable of occupying multiple blockers at the point of attack.
Other names to remember: WR Jacoby Ford, C J.D. Walton, CB Akwasi Owusu-Ansah
ROUND 6, PICK 194
TE | Pitt
Byham was overshadowed by fellow Pitt tight end Dorin Dickerson, who was a star in spandex at the combine. The Ravens crave a pass-catching tight end — something they'll have to wait to address next year — but they need a blocking tight end, too. Byham, one of the best blocking tight ends in the draft, will make their rushing attack even better.
Other names to remember: DE George Selvie, WR Danario Alexander, DE Daniel Te'o-Nesheim