Clelin Ferrell, Clemson — As far as pass-rush production goes, it’s hard to do better than the reigning winner of the Ted Hendricks Award, given to college football’s top defensive end. After posting 18 tackles for loss, 9½ sacks and two forced fumbles in 14 games as a sophomore, Ferrell outdid himself last season, finishing with 19½ tackles for loss, 11½ sacks and three forced fumbles in 15 games. Scouts say he has the frame and fundamentals to handle NFL blockers immediately, effectively leveraging his strengths as a run stopper and pass rusher. But his greatest limitation could perhaps be magnified in the Ravens’ defensive schemes. Ferrell is seen as a 4-3 defensive end at the next level, someone who’s better off playing with his hand in the dirt every down. There are questions about whether he’s versatile enough to handle coverage if asked to play in a 3-4.