Montana CB Trumaine Johnson
The Ravens have done little to address this position in free agency, and even let Tom Zbikowski and Haruki Nakamura test the market. They were obviously successful, signing contracts with the Colts and Panthers respectively.
The Sean Considine signing helps out with the void they left on special teams, but there's little depth after Ed Reed and Bernard Pollard. Not to mention Reed has struggled to stay healthy all season as he approaches retirement.
The idea of moving Lardarius Webb to free safety, his college position, after Reed retires has been thrown around, but he's playing so well at corner it doesn't seem to make much sense.
Hopefully the Ravens can find a potential future starter in this year's draft, or at least add some depth at the position.
The top two safeties in this class, Mark Barron (Alabama) and Harrison Smith (Notre Dame), won't make sense for the Ravens when they are picking. Barron should be gone by the time the Ravens pick in round one, and Smith would be a reach there, but probably won't be available when the Ravens pick in round two. Not to mention both these guys are in-the-box strong safeties, and we already have a guy like that in Bernard Pollard.
Hopefully, the Ravens will look at a couple of safeties that should be better in pass coverage in the mid rounds. Cornerback Trumaine Johnson of Montana could be an option in round three. At 6'2" 205 pounds, Johnson ran a 4.61 second forty at the combine, causing most scouts to view him as more of a free safety in the NFL, similar to how they viewed Malcolm Jenkins of Ohio State a few years ago. Jenkins is now one of the premiere free safeties in the league.