The NFL Combine has come and gone and free agency frenzy has taken place.
The Ravens saw defensive veterans exit in free agency while welcoming Mark Ingram, Earl Thomas and Justin Bethel to Baltimore.
How has the combine and free agency affected the Ravens' draft board?
NBC Sports Washington's Ben Standig: OL Dalton Risner, Kansas State
Standing at 6-foot-5, 312 pounds, Risner's draft profile notes that he "has the necessary tools to get guys blocked on the NFL level."
Risner could serve as a good rookie backup on the Ravens' O-line.
Bleacher Report: LB Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech
The Ravens are in desperate need on defense after losing Terrell Suggs and Za'Darius Smith in free agency.
Ferguson, who holds the NCAA all-time record for career sacks with 45, has been compared to Khalil Mack.
"The question, as it was with Mack, is whether Ferguson's skills will translate to the pros," Bleacher Report's Kristopher Knox says. "This means there is some risk involved, but the allure of adding a potential premier pass-rusher this late in Round 1 could be too tough to pass up."
The addition of Mark Ingram may change Kiper's mind on the Ravens taking a back in the first-round.
Jacobs' draft profile overview states, "Jacobs runs with good bend, vision and burst, and he proved to be an effective pass-catcher out of the backfield or from the slot. He will probe and burst, but he could become more elusive with better tempo as a runner. Jacobs is a decisive runner with outstanding one-cut talent to become a bellcow lead back."
Maybe the Ravens see Jacobs as their long-term running back?
SB Nation: WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss
The Ravens cut Michael Crabtree after just one year with the team and John Brown signed with the Bills in free agency. Now they're left with several holes to fill at receiver, a position the Ravens have lacked depth at for several seasons.
After posting a 4.33 40-yard dash, Metcalf's combine profile has him projected as an instant starter.
Here's a new addition to the roundup.
Davis describes Campbell as, "extremely fast and elusive. A perfect match for the run-first Ravens, who now have a true deep threat to throw it to over the heads of safeties creeping to the LOS to help slow down RB Mark Ingram and QB Lamar Jackson."
Jeremiah agrees saying, "Campbell had an outstanding workout at the combine, displaying mature route-running skills."
CBS Sports.com: WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona State
Another wide receiver in the mix, pundits questioned whether or not he was athletic enough to be a first-round pick prior to the combine.
Harry posted a 4.53 40-yard dash, 27 reps on the bench press, a 38.5 inch vertical and 122 inches on the broad jump. Analyst describe the receiver as a "back-shoulder boss who thrives with contested catch opportunities outside the numbers but lacks explosive traits."
Sporting News: WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma
We've got a trend going here.
Brown, who stands at 5-foot-9 and 166 pounds, has an "elite vertical speed and great quickness coming in and out of routes," according to Sporting News' Vinnie Iyer. Brown missed the Sooners' Pro Day and the combine after undergoing Lisfranc surgery. However, he is expected to be ready to go come offseason programs.
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