The Ravens' run on speedy prospects extended to quarterbacks. It ended there, too.
With their lone sixth-round pick and final selection of the draft (No. 197 overall), the Ravens took Penn State's Trace McSorley, a dual-threat quarterback who ran the 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds.
McSorley struggled at times as a senior but started for three years at Penn State. As a junior, his best season, he passed for 3,570 yards and 28 touchdowns, along with 10 interceptions, while completing 66.5 percent of his attempts.
He's confident in his arm, but scouts say that can get him in trouble against top-level athletes. He handled some duties in a run-pass-option scheme but also can...