It is hard to believe, but the 2013 NFL Draft is only a few days away. The Ravens have had a busy offseason, they lost some key players but also added some new faces. Despite all the additions and subtractions, the Ravens still have some holes to fill.
They still have needs at safety, left tackle, and wide receiver. At a minimum they should at least add an inside linebacker to compete with new addition Rolondo McClain.
The Ravens have a history of drafting the best player available instead of for need. However, it is not a coincidence that the draft is deep at inside linebacker and safety. Both of these positions could be filled at almost any point of the draft. The Ravens have a knack for finding key players in the later rounds of the draft.
Flush with picks, the Ravens have twelve total picks because of a trade with San Francisco and compensation for players leaving in free agency. The odds of the Ravens keeping all of these picks are unlikely, look for them to trade some of these picks to move up and down the board.