Gallery: Ravens 2013 NFL Draft Picks
No. 32 Overall: Matt Elam (Safety, Florida)
The Ravens used their first round pick to fill the void left by the departure of veteran defensive anchor Ed Reed.
No. 56 Overall: Arthur Brown (Linebacker, Kansas State)
With the retirement of centerpiece Ray Lewis and departure of Paul Kruger, the Ravens have holes to fill at linebacker. Arthur Brown is a step in that directon with the 56th overall pick.
No. 94 Overall: Brandon Williams (Defensive tackle, Missouri Southern State)
The 6'1", 335-pound defensive tackle was a three-time All-American at Missouri Southern State. He is the type of defensive tackle who will clog the middle of the line and defend against the run.
No. 129 Overall: John Simon (Defensive end, Ohio State)
The 2012 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year will give the Ravens another good pass rusher. Simon’s listed as a DE/OLB so he’ll give the Ravens another guy who can give them pressure on the QB from the outside.
No. 130 Overall : Kyle Juszczyk (Fullback, Harvard)
Juszczyk was a two-time All-American and H-back at Harvard and caught a total of 125 passes and 22 touchdowns in his career. But he's also very strong on special teams, a combination the Ravens probably like.
No. 168 Overall: Ricky Wagner (Offensive tackle, Wisconsin)
The 6'6", 308-pound tackle was originally a walk-on at Wisconsin, but went on to protect Russell Wilson's backside. He's a talented athlete with enough quickness to push his man down the line off the snap. He profiles as a right tackle at the next level, but could possibly play left tackle as well.
No. 200 Overall: Kapron Lewis-Moore (Defensive end, Notre Dame)
The 6'4", 298-pound has had knee injuries in the past, but brings a good combination of size and speed to a Ravens defense that has been bolstered already by this draft. He tore his ACL in the national championship game vs. Alabama.
No. 203 Overall: Ryan Jensen (Offensive tackle, Colorado State-Pueblo)
The Ravens have selected another Division II player, this one coming in the sixth round. Jensen worked out for a number of teams, despite skipping out on the combine, and was projected by some to perhaps reach all the way into the third or fourth round, making his sixth-round selection by Baltimore a good value.
No. 238 Overall: Aaron Mellette (Wide receiver, Elon)
The Ravens took care to add another athletic wide receiver for quarterback Joe Flacco to throw to.
No. 247 Overall: Marc Anthony (Defensive back, California)
Anthony was taken by the Ravens with one of the team's compensatory picks and will help to fill out the team's depth chart in the secondary. He had two interceptions, including returning one for a touchdown, last season at Cal.