With the 32nd overall pick in the first draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected Matt Elam. Rated as one of the top safety prospects in the draft, Elam now looks to be the heir apparent to Ed Reed.
Elam is the only new Raven so far, but Friday's draft action has the Ravens currently slated to make two more picks. It's entirely possible that they could trade down or even make the unlikely move of trading up for a player that they really like.
Despite the offseason purge in early free agency, the Ravens have made it clear that there is a plan to retool and stock up for a Super Bowl repeat with a largely different roster from last season. The missing pieces could come into play in the next six rounds of the draft.
Here's a look at five prospects that the Ravens should consider at No. 64 and No. 94 on Friday night.