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Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: 7-Round Predictions, Post-Scouting Combine
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Fifty-eight days from today, Andy Reid will make his first pick as the Chiefs head coach and the first overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft.

He could trade the pick, but prevailing wisdom suggests this year's top selection doesn't merit what it has in years past.

Now that the NFL Scouting Combine has concluded, teams have much more information to pair with a particular players' tape. With pro days still to come, the process isn't finished, but coaches and executives got a personal look at players they've seen from afar over the past few years.

Who will the Chiefs take? Who will make trades in the first round? Is there a consensus best overall player?

Fortunately for the Ravens, if they didn't draft anyone, they'd still have a very good roster. With Ray Lewis and Matt Birk retiring, the Ravens got younger while maintaining a high level of talent, athleticism and experience.

Here's a look at a practical seven-round mock draft that would fill many needs the Ravens have, as well as yield a group of very talented, football-passionate players.

*Most information acquired from NFL.com's combine tracker

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