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Tommy Streeter is a great WR addition for the Ravens
Round 1: Trade Out
Round 2: OLB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama, A
The Ravens got a steal here with Upshaw. He'll make a huge impact both in the pass rush and stopping the run immediately.
Round 2: OG Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State, A
The Ravens got the starting guard they needed, just where they needed to draft him.
Round 3: RB Bernard Pierce, Temple, A
Large and bruising, Bernard Pierce is the perfect guy to back up and spell Ray Rice.
Round 4: OG Gino Gradkowski, Delaware, B
The Ravens could use more depth on the offensive line, and Gradkowski could end up in the rotation.
Round 4: S, Christian Thompson, South Carolina State, A
Thompson can contribute immediately on special teams, which is what they were looking for in defensive backs in this draft.
Round 5: CB Asa Jackson, Cal Poly, B+
Jackson may never develop into a starting corner, though he has some upside in the nickel. He's going to be excellent on special teams coverage, however.
Round 6: WR Tommy Streeter, Miami, A
Fast and tall, it looks like Joe Flacco may have a new favorite target, who was had at an absolute steal.
Round 7: DT DeAngelo Tyson, Georgia, C-
Help on the defensive line would have been good for the Ravens in this draft, but DeAngelo Tyson isn't that guy. I don't see the fit.
Overall Draft Grade: A