Outlook: It seems the Ravens find themselves short-handed in the secondary every season. Several cornerbacks have struggled to consistently perform or fight through injuries and stay on the field. Team officials have worked hard to add depth on the back end and their desire to accumulate even more will likely lead them to drafting at least one defensive back, if not two. Carr may only be a one-year stopgap and Smith's injury issues make him a hard player to trust. It wouldn't be surprising if the Ravens took a cornerback early although they haven't taken one within the first three rounds in five consecutive drafts. They'll have plenty of guys to choose from as pundits have declared this cornerback class as one of the most talented ever at the position. Ohio State's Marshon Lattimore will certainly be gone, but the Ravens may have their choice of Conley, Humphrey or King in the first round, or Moreau, Jones, Awuzie, Florida's Teez Tabor and Quincy Wilson, Louisiana State's Tre'Davious White or Southern California's Adoree Jackson in the second. As for safety, the Ravens could use some youth behind Weddle, Jefferson and Webb. They figure to try and get it in the middle to late rounds.