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Former Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro is projected to be a late first-round pick.
Yes, the Ravens signed free safety Michael Huff to a three-year deal just a few weeks ago. The problem for the Ravens in the first round is that some of their bigger needs may not be available early enough for them.
Because of this, the Ravens could elect to pick a free safety with their No. 1 selection.
Kenny Vaccaro is widely considered to be the best free safety in the draft, and is one of two free safeties projected to possibly be a first-round pick.
Drafting Vaccaro would give the Ravens a young talent to put behind Michael Huff, with the possibility of him even becoming a starter in the near future.
At 30 years old, Huff is certainly still young enough to be a serviceable starter throughout the length of his contract. However, bringing in younger talent is always a welcomed commodity in the NFL.