145 days from now, the 2013 NFL Draft will begin.
While the college football season is almost over, there are still months of workouts, interviews, pro days and preparations before the draft.
A team may need to fill a hole at a position today that they don't need to fill in a few months. Who looks like a top-10 pick today may not go in the first round in late April.
For the Ravens, the good news is that they're a perennial playoff team who has good depth. The bad news is that they're a perennial playoff team, which will result in a late-round draft pick.
Team needs include center, middle linebacker and free safety, as well as pass-rushers and cornerbacks. The latter two are needs more because of how the game of professional football is played rather than a weakness on the Ravens' roster.
Of course, this is not accounting for any trades that may happen between now and the end of the draft. Mostly, this is a guess at who the Ravens are interested in that will fit their needs and be available when they pick.