There is no doubt that Ogden deserves his first-ballot Hall of Fame status, but it is more than that that makes this such a defining moment for the Ravens. In 1996, Baltimore had yet to embrace the Ravens, the team was a national pariah for skedaddling from Cleveland, and Ozzie was running his first-ever draft. He, too, was a rookie, not the icon of front-office wizardry he is today. At the time, there were doubts when he selected Ogden with the fourth pick of the first round and Lewis 26th. Lewis was too small to play linebacker, and Ogden was constantly compared to Tony Boselli, who was taken two spots ahead. Clearly, Ozzie knew something, as Lewis proved plenty big and Ogden proved more productive than Boselli, who, though great in his day, was riddled with injuries.