It was perhaps the worst-kept secret of the 2016 NFL draft. On the night of April 28, the Ravens badly wanted the chance to select Florida State cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who was available when the Dallas Cowboys were mulling whom to choose with the fourth overall pick. But when the Cowboys demanded the No. 6 pick and a third-round choice for the right to move up two spots in the first round, the Ravens refused to budge.
When the Ravens are on the clock Thursday night with the sixth overall draft pick in the NFL draft, they'll have several enticing defensive options. Depending on what happens in front of them, the Ravens could choose a relentless pass rusher or a physically imposing defensive end, a freakishly athletic inside linebacker or a lockdown defensive back. Finding the best fit from that group, however, may be more difficult than it sounds. Whether it has to do with health, size, position or ability to