Earlier, I gave you three guys on the offensive side of the ball who I think might be options for the Ravens with the 25th overall pick.
Now, let's talk defense.
Here are three guys who I see as possibilities for Ozzie Newsome and Co. late in the first round:
Jared Odrick, DE/DT, Penn State
6-foot-5, 304 pounds
The draft is all about gut feelings, and my gut feeling is that Odrick might be the guy who ends up coming to Baltimore at No. 25. He's got the versatility to play both on the inside and the outside, has good strength at the point of attack, has a great motor, and is solid both as a pass rusher and a run stopper.
Odrick has good size and above average speed for a defensive lineman. He was the Big Ten's Defensive Player of the Year in 2009, posting seven sacks and 11 tackles for loss.
Because the Ravens need to improve their depth both at defensive tackle and defensive end, Odrick seems like he would be a great fit because of his ability to play both spots. If you asked for my best guess, I'd say the Nittany Lion will be the Ravens' choice if they stick at 25.
Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers
5-foot-10, 193 pounds
I'm hearing the Ravens are quite fond of McCourty, and with Joe Haden and Kyle Wilson likely off the board as the top-two cornerbacks taken prior to the 25th pick, McCourty might be the best corner available. He doesn't have great size, but possesses excellent speed (he ran a 4.34 and 4.35 at his Pro Day), is a hard worker, and is fantastic on special teams.
The Ravens reportedly sent secondary coach Chuck Pagano and director of college scouting Joe Hortiz to McCourty's Pro Day, and Pagano even ran the cornerback's positional drills.
If you're looking for a guy who fits John Harbaugh's "Play like a Raven" mentality, McCourty is your guy.
Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama
5-foot-10, 196 pounds
I was tempted to include one of two safeties on this list, either Texas' Earl Thomas or USC Taylor Mays, but I think Thomas will be gone by the time the Ravens are on the clock, and Mays' stock has fallen in the last couple months.
Instead, I'll put Jackson on this list because if Haden, Wilson and McCourty are gone, I think he would be an interesting option for the Ravens. Jackson doesn't have McCourty's speed, but he's got great cover skills, excellent anticipation, and plays with a swagger that would fit the Baltimore defense.
He is able to change directions quickly and is comfortable playing press coverage and running with receivers downfield. He could be a nice fit to a secondary that has some injury concerns going into this year.