2011 NFL Draft Grades: Baltimore Ravens Strike Gold Early, Struggle Late

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2011 NFL Draft Grades:  Baltimore Ravens Strike Gold Early, Struggle Late
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It’s often hard to judge the success of a team’s draft only several days after the main event.  Several NFL seasons usually pass before one can gauge how an organization made out on draft day.

There are several benchmarks, however, that are universally used to grade the initial prospects selected, and what impact they may have once September rolls around.

Throughout this presentation, we will look at how the Baltimore Ravens fared during all rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft—analyzing each pick and assigning a grade based on team needs, value, athletic ability and NFL-readiness of every player chosen, and most important, if the Ravens remained true to their own draft board.

Hopefully the following information will prove useful for fans of the Ravens, and other clubs alike.

 

Todd McGregor is a Baltimore Ravens Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report.

Follow Todd's work on Twitter!  Twitter.com/ravens023

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