Baltimore Ravens: B+

Bronson Kaufusi is an athletic front seven player with a ton of length. He needs to get stronger, but he can really move. The real work for the Ravens, where they had four picks. Young is a solid nickel cornerback who has quick feet and changes direction effortlessly. Moore can be a playmaker if he stays healthy. Passing on Rashard Higgins or Charone Peake was a surprise, though. Henry is an interesting player for the Ravens. He's a quick defensive tackle who surprised a lot of people by going pro. Dixon is without argue the team's second-best pick. He's a really good receiver for a running back, and runs with power and quickness. He can be this year's version of David Johnson. He's got a lot of mileage on him, but his versatility is impressive. It's hard to ignore Judon's production. Regardless of the level he played in, getting 21 sacks in a season is impressive. It was interesting to hear Keenan Reynold announced as a wide receiver. He's converting from quarterback, but he's going to make it in the NFL.

—Dan Kadar, SB Nation


Ronnie Stanley

OT, Notre Dame

While Stanley wasn't the top rated player on the Ravens' draft board, he has the talent to develop into the best overall player in the 2016 NFL Draft. Stanley's main competitor along the offensive line was offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, who is considered a slightly better pass blocker than Stanley,  but Stanley is considered the better run blocker with fewer off-field issues. The NFL is quarterback-driven league, and when you have the kind of investment the Ravens have in quarterback Joe Flacco, you have to go with the more balanced player, and the Ravens did that with Stanley.


Kamalei Correa

LB, Boise State

Kamalei has the opportunity to practice and train with Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil. This means his talents can sprout very quickly. Elvis and his speed rush / bull rush tactics combined with the power aspects from Terrell Suggs can train him into a full powered outside linebacker.


Bronson Kaufusi


Kaufusi looks to be a great fit in the Ravens' base defense, and will definitely play a significant role on the Ravens' defense this season. A stats major at BYU, Kaufusi is prized not only for his intangibles and skills on the field, but also for his maturity, character, and work ethic. But when you're a 24-year-old rookie, it sort of comes with the territory.


Tavon Young

CB, Temple

The newest member of the Ravens' flock is one of their own, Maryland-native Tavon Young. Young played college ball with the Temple Owls, and was very productive during his collegiate career. Young gained a reputation as a shutdown corner for the Owls, and his lack of statistical production last season was a direct result of his shutdown tendencies. According to many analysts, if it weren't for Young's tiny 5'9" frame, he would've been selected yesterday. How the Ravens plan to incorporate Young's unique frame into their defense, remains to be seen, but I imagine that Young could be a productive slot corner for the Ravens.


Chris Moore

WR, Cincinnati

The Ravens have decided to add their first offensive threat in the draft. Chris Moore out of Cincinnati projects to be a vertical threat on the outside with prototypical size and speed. His hands and routes leave something to be desired, but Moore proved to be a playmaker receiver for the Bearcats over his collegiate career. While he has tape that is both good and bad, Moore will likely be a developmental receiver for the Ravens.


Alex Lewis

OT, Nebraska

The Ravens have opted to build up their offensive line in this draft. Not only did they draft elite lineman Ronnie Stanley at sixth overall, but they have now built upon that in round four by selecting Alex Lewis with the 130th pick. Lewis is fairly versatile, so it remains to be seen where he will line up, but my money is on Lewis being some sort of replacement for Kelechi Osemele, who packed his bags for Oakland this offseason.


Willie Henry

DT, Michigan

The Baltimore Ravens continue to add resources to its defense over the last two days of the 2016 NFL Draft as the team selected defensive tackle Willie Henry from the Michigan Wolverines.


Kenneth Dixon

RB, Louisiana Tech

For the second year in a row, the Ravens have drafted a running back in the fourth round. Last year it was Javorius 'Buck' Allen, this year, the man is Kenneth Dixon. Dixon is a strong and powerful rusher who plays through the whistle with a lot of heart. Many gave him a good evaluation and believed that he could be a third round pick. Dixon possesses all of the keys to be a good all-around back in the NFL, and it appears that the Ravens got a great guy at the end of the fourth.


Matt Judon

DE, Grand Valley State

Grand Valley State's Matt Judon is a small school player with big numbers. Judon led all of college football with 20 sacks among his 23.5 tackles for loss, and made 81 total tackles and forced three fumbles. The Ravens are certainly hoping that these numbers translate to the pros, and that the team strikes it big with yet another small school prospect.


Keenan Reynolds

WR, Navy

Reynolds is an unusual prospect in the since that he can play three positions: QB, HB, and WR. The Ravens drafted him as a receiver, but with the depth chart quickly filling up at that position, Reynolds might have to find a different way to make the team.


Maurice Canady

CB, Virginia

Virginia's Maurice Canady is joining the Ravens after their 209th overall selection. Canady is very much a late round flier who shows all of the talent in the world at times, but is also very easily beat at times, especially on the deep ball. We'll see what he's made of when he reports to camp, but right now it seems as if his target range is NFL backup.