While all mock drafts around the internet constantly are changing with every passing day, there appears to be a consensus when it comes to the Baltimore Ravens.
According to CSN's Ben Standig, his past two mock drafts have had the Ravens going after Terrell Suggs replacement in the first round. Not only will they be going after the linebacker's replacement but they appear to have multiple options at the position.
With two weeks to go until Roger Goodell calls the first pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, Standig has Baltimore aiming to get outside linebacker, Takkarist McKinley from UCLA.
Standig's analysis: "At some point the Ravens must find an edge pass rushing replacement for Terrell Suggs. The 255-pound McKinley had 10 sacks and forced three fumbles for the Bruins."
His previous mock had the team sizing up to get Taco Charlton from Michigan, another utility man in the middle of the field. Either way the team cannot go wrong with McKinley or Charlton, but you cannot have too high of expectations with one of them replacing a six-time Pro-Bowler in Suggs.
Standig's analysis: "At some point the Ravens must find an edge pass rushing replacement for Terrell Suggs. Charlton might be better stopping the run than rushing the passer right now and yet he had nine sacks in 10 regular season games."
In his newest mock draft, Charlton actually falls down to the 28th overall pick which is in the hands of the Dallas Cowboys. McKinley was sitting at 30th waiting for the Pittsburgh Steelers.