I was fine with the C.J. Mosley pick, especially after the Ravens drafted Terrence Brooks in the third round. I thought safety was the bigger need, but when watching Alabama's games, you always see No. 32 around the ball, making plays. The Ravens' defense was decent last year, but didn't cause enough turnovers. These two picks should help in that area as they will fly to the ball. I thought the Timmy Jernigan pick was a real reach. I can't get the image of him sucking wind in the bowl game out of my mind. He looked fat and out of shape. The Ravens then made up for the reach by getting Brent Urban from Virginia in the fourth round. That will look like a steal. Ultimately, he might be better than Jernigan. Loved the John Urschel pick. It was really smart (see what I did there). Maybe his arrival means some of the dead wood on the interior line is sent packing. I was stunned they didn't take a tackle, though. I had the overall draft at a C+, but moved it up when the Ravens traded for Michael Campanaro. Not only is he a local kid, but he's the tough, hard-nosed receiver the Ravens were lacking last year. Is it fair to think a seventh-rounder can make a difference? Probably not, but I'm rooting for him.