Outlook: Would the Ravens be able to resist a guy like Smith or even Virginia Tech's Tremaine Edmunds, the top two inside linebackers in the draft, if they are still on the board at No. 16? The team would benefit greatly from adding a fast and physical linebacker that can patrol the middle of the field and help out Mosley, particularly in coverage. Tight ends killed the Ravens last year and a linebacker who can match up well would address that concern. Evans, who is a guy the Ravens like, also brings a pass-rushing dimension. If the Ravens believe Onwuasor will continue to improve or the light will turn on for Correa, then they'll likely stay with what they have. The same holds true for outside linebacker. Assuming everyone is healthy, the Ravens will have a hard enough time finding snaps for Bowser and Williams behind Suggs, Judon and Za'Darius Smith. Team officials have said many times that you can never have enough pass rushers, but adding another high-round pick to the mix would seemingly be an admission that they aren't as high on Bowser or Williams as they were when they drafted them a year ago.