With the 26th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select. . .

With the 26th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select. . .

 

As you can probably guess, I am going to talk about the draft needs of Charm City's favorite football team.

 

Possibly the most glaring need is a hole in Baltimore's vaunted defense. Once ripe with talent at the defensive back position, the Ravens have seen a steady decline in their defensive backfield. Ed Reed, one of the best safeties in NFL history (barring none) seems to be the last glimmer of hope in a once shining skyline of secondary.

 

The Ravens should look for a cornerback in the 1st round. If Prince Amukamara inexplicably falls from the top 10 or so, Baltimore would be wise to take him. Besides being a great cornerback, Prince is also a great role model, as well as a devout Christian (just like me-a devout Christian. I'm working on the role model part. . .) If he is taken, the Ravens could look at Aaron Williams from Texas or Brandon Harris from LSU. Or, Baltimore could go in a different direction and take tight end Kyle Rudolph of Notre Dame. We shall see. . .

 

 

Kid Reporter-KC