Outlook: Newsome says every year that you can never have enough cornerbacks and it's been particularly true for his team. Injuries have killed the Ravens in the secondary. However, they are as deep at the position as they've been in some time. They believe they have three outside starters in Smith, Carr and Humphrey, last year's first-round pick. They also love the potential of Young and Canady in the slot. Given the importance of the position, it makes sense to draft at least one cornerback every year. However, even with Smith a question mark as he recovers from a torn Achilles tendon, it's tough to foresee the Ravens making that choice any earlier than the fourth or fifth round. As for safety, Weddle isn't getting any younger and Jefferson struggled at times in his first season as a Raven. But Levine, mostly known as a special teams standout, has proved a valuable piece in the secondary and the team also is high on Clark, a sixth-round pick last season. The Ravens will probably look for a safety they can groom at some point of the draft, but it doesn't figure to be a priority. That, of course, could change if James happens to fall out of the top 15.