"There were a lot of talented players still on the board," director of player personnel Eric DeCosta said. "In the end, we felt like Jimmy was the best fit for us from a need perspective, certainly from a talent perspective, overall. As I have said, I think he is a unique talent, and he makes us a lot better as a football player."The Ravens will get a first-hand look this season at the two players they passed on. Wilkerson went to Rex Ryan and the New York Jets at No. 30, and Heyward was drafted one pick later by AFC North rival Pittsburgh.