Defensive rich is the first round talent
Part of the fun in the pre-draft process involves looking at mock drafts from top analysts, trying to get an idea of who the first round picks will be and within what range. It is not a very strong quarterback class. Defensive players will dominate top 15 picks. Although there could be three to four offensive tackles, the wide receivers and quarterbacks will be few. Baltimore’s top choices will likely be more defensive players based on how the board is stacked when it is running.
Offensive needs are for depth
The Ravens’ signing Morgan Moses, a veteran right tackle, was a major step towards improving the offensive line. Baltimore lost center Bradley Bozeman, but Patrick Mekari, who has extensive starting experience, can now slide back to center. The Ravens do not need to draft a Day 1 offensive starter, but they can focus on adding depth (or future starters) at center, offensive tackle and tight end. While some of these will likely be addressed in the draft; others could be filled with a veteran signing after the draft.