Did you really doubt the Ravens and their draft strategy?
After hitting a home run with their first three picks last year, the Baltimore brass looks to have at least hit for extra bases with their first three draft selections this year.
In the first three rounds, the Ravens selected excellent players who also filled needs without really sacrificing anything of significance.
Free safety Matt Elam (Florida), inside linebacker Arthur Brown (Kansas State) and defensive tackle Brandon Williams (Missouri Southern State) are all big-time players who made impressions in one way or another on an elite NFL front office.
Elam and Brown both have brothers who play in the league. Abram Elam (unrestricted free agent) plays in Kansas City and Bryce Brown plays in Philadelphia. All Williams did was tie for the most reps in the bench press at 225 pounds at this year's combine (38 reps).
If the Ravens were to line up today, they'd field a very good football team—in fact, better than most.
However, with seven selections left, the Ravens' work in this draft isn't over by a long shot.
That said, here are five prospects Baltimore might be looking at drafting on day three.