Outlook: While acknowledging that the offensive line class isn't very deep this year, Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta said he feels there is an offensive lineman the team could take in each round. The question is how early the Ravens will address their offensive front, and the answer will say a lot about how the team feels about its internal options. Urschel and Jensen are the prime candidates to replace Zuttah at center, while the much-maligned Hurst and developmental linemen Wesley and Nembot are options at right tackle. The Ravens would like to add more talent to the mix. Sitting at 16, they'll likely have a shot at one of the draft's top offensive tackles: Ramczyk, Robinson or Utah's Garett Bolles. It wouldn't be a sexy pick, especially with so much talk on adding offensive and defensive playmakers, but the need is obvious. As for center, Elflein and Pocic head a relatively weak class and it doesn't seem like the Ravens would reach on either. DeCosta pointed out at the team's draft luncheon that the Ravens have had success finding and developing middle-round offensive linemen. Perhaps his comment will foreshadow his team's approach at this position.