If the season started next week, the starting offensive line would feature from left to right: Ronnie Stanley, Alex Lewis, Skura, Marshal Yanda and Hurst. Stanley, Lewis and Yanda seem entrenched at their spots, but this draft will reveal just how content the Ravens are with Skura as the starting center and Hurst as the starting right tackle. There will be opportunities in the first couple of rounds to find a day-one starter at both positions. At tackle, Notre Dame's Mike McGlinchey is a logical first-round target in an otherwise uninspiring tackle class. At center, Iowa's James Daniels, Ohio State's Billy Price and Arkansas' Frank Ragnow are expected to be taken anywhere from the second half of the first round to the first half of the second. None of these guys would be sexy picks, but there's something to be said for getting an immediate starter at a key position. If the Ravens don't address the offensive line until the third day, that's a pretty good indication that they believe Skura and Hurst are adequate replacements for Ryan Jensen and Austin Howard.