A lot of Ravens fans expect Paul Kruger to replace Jarrett Johnson as the full time starter opposite Terrell Suggs next year, but he can't. He's just not a complete enough player right now. He'll still be a solid third down pass rusher, but the Ravens need to add someone else to help pick up the slack that Jarrett Johnson's departure will create.
Ronnell Lewis is a guy that could very well be available when the Ravens pick at the end of the second round, and he fills a considerable need. He's played both defensive end and outside linebacker for Oklahoma throughout his productive career, and is strong against both the run and as a pass rusher. That's the combination the Ravens need at outside linebacker in their hybrid 3-4 defense.
If Lewis is the pick in round two, expect him to challenge for the starting spot and win it next year as a rookie. Also expect to see Ra. Lewis and Ro. Lewis on No. 52 and No. 56 next year, just like Ja. Lewis and Je. Lewis when the Ravens made a Super Bowl run in 2000.
Other Potential Options at 60: OG Amini Silatolu (Midwestern State), OL James Brown (Troy), HB Doug Martin (Boise State), DE Jared Crick (Nebraska), DE/OLB Vinny Curry (Marshall), DE/OLB Shea McClellan (Boise State), DE Billy Winn (Boise State), WR Brian Quick (Appalachin State).