Outlook: It's certainly not out of the question that a back that the Ravens really like is sitting there in the second or third round and they opt to pull the trigger. Pead, one of the team's pre-draft visitors to the Owings Mills facility, has game-breaking speed and would add another dimension to the Ravens' offense and special teams. The Ravens also could use a power back, like the 210-pound Baker, as a change of pace for the elusive Rice. However, the fact that Rice figures so heavily in the game plan and the Ravens have a history of giving their own younger players, like Allen, an opportunity before looking externally would lead one to believe that they won't place as high of a priority on the running back spot as they will on other positions. Still, they clearly need to add some depth so don't be shocked if they come out of the draft with at least one new running back. There are also a handful of relatively accomplished free agent running backs still looking for work, so the Ravens could go that route as well.