Here is one final attempt at projecting the players the Ravens could draft in all seven rounds of the 2014 NFL draft:
Round 1, Pick 17: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
Of the players I've mentioned as targets for the Ravens, I believe Ebron is the likeliest to be on the board at pick No. 17.
He can line up at wide receiver, so he theoretically could help fill two positions of need. Baltimore probably lets Owen Daniels walk in 2015, and Ebron steps into a much bigger role in the offense next year.
Round 2, Pick 48: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
It looks like the Ravens are genuinely interested in Latimer, and they would probably take him if he's on the board in the second round.
Round 3, Pick No. 79: Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech
After losing Arthur Jones, the Ravens may move Haloti Ngata to defensive end, leaving a huge void on the interior that Ellis fills.
He uses his active hands and quick feet to beat blockers frequently, and the 6'2", 334-pound mammoth is a load to handle on the inside.
Round 3, Pick No. 99: Jack Mewhort, OL, Ohio State
The 6’6 tackle has what the Ravens need: An experienced lineman who can play four positions on the offensive line.
He played in 49 career games, including 39 consecutive starts to close his career. An All-American center coming out of high school, Mewhort started at both left guard and right guard in 2011 before starting his final two collegiate seasons at left tackle.
Round 4, Pick No. 134 (compensatory): Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor
The Ravens need to bolster their interior offensive line depth, and Richardson is a great pickup at this point. He's the best run-blocking guard in this draft, but his pass-protection skills leave a lot to be desired.
With a few years of development, he could become a Pro Bowl-caliber offensive guard.
Round 4, Pick No. 138 (compensatory): Terrance West, RB, Towson
The Ravens want to add a running back, and they do so here with West, who rushed for 4,585 career yards and scored 86 touchdowns in his time at Towson.
Round 5, Pick No. 175 (compensatory): Nevin Lawson, CB, Utah State
Lawson was named first-team All-Mountain West as he helped Utah State's defense rank seventh in the nation with just 17.3 points allowed per game this past year.
He tied for 19th in the nation in passes defended (13), as well as notching 53 tackles and leading the team with four interceptions.
Round 6, Pick No. 194 (compensatory): Antone Exum, CB/S, Virginia Tech
The Ravens would like to boost their cornerback and safety depth, and they do a little for both with this pick of Exum.
He was projected to be one of the top cornerbacks in college football in 2013, but he tore his ACL in the offseason in a pickup basketball game.
Prior to missing most of this past season, Exum had accounted for 182 tackles, six interceptions and 41 pass deflections.