This is not a drill. We are only three weeks away from the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tn.
The Baltimore Ravens currently hold the No. 22 pick in the first round. However, general manager Eric DeCosta hinted that he would not be opposed to trading out of the first round to acquire more picks.
But in the end, who will the Ravens take with their first pick? We've rounded up all of the draft experts predictions.
NBC Sports Washington's Ben Standig, Bleacher Report and SB Nation: WR D.K Metcalf, Ole Miss
The Ravens are in desperate need of some help at wide receiver. They currently have only two on their roster who have caught a pass in the NFL in Chris Moore and Willie Snead.
"This receiver is built like a super hero," Standig writes. "The physically freaky redshirt sophomore averaged a silly 21.9 yards per catch last season and then blew minds with a dazzling showing at the Combine, though concerns with flexibility remain. Metcalf could become the No. 1 WR selected in the draft."
Sports Illustrated: LB Devin Bush, Michigan
At this point in the offseaon you are well aware that the Ravens have a few holes to fill on their defense.
SI's Robert Klemko described Bush as "a sideline-to-sideline linebacker to build around as they move on from C.J. Mosley and Eric Weddle and become a more traditional defense less reliant on zone blitzes improvised on the fly."
ESPN's Mel Kiper: C Erik McCoy, Texas A&M
A center in the first round may surprise you.
Standing at 6-foot-4 and 303 pounds, McCoy's combine profile has him listed as an instant starter.
"McCoy comes gift-wrapped in a thick, strong frame and proved he could hold up to both power (Dexter Lawrence) and athleticism (Quinnen Williams). He has some limitations in space, but he possesses more than enough body control and agility to compete on work-ups and cut-off blocks."
ESPN's Todd McShay and CBS Sports' Ryan Wilson: C Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State
The center position is not seen as a sexy pick in the draft, but Bradbury's skillset is enough to get you excited.
"Bradbury's body control, core strength, movement skills and intelligence check very important boxes for teams looking for immediate center help," his combine profile states. "His pass-pro tape against Clemson proves he can hold his own against a variety of pass-rush flavors while his strength and athleticism make him scheme flexible. He is a candidate to become an early and long-time starter in the league."
NFL Network's Charles Davis and Sporting News: WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma
Brown, aka "Hollywood," is described as "a skinny, but speedy receiver with game-breaking potential on every snap. His ability to race past cornerbacks and separate deep will require specific coverage and safeties ready to help."
Finding the right fit with Lamar Jackson is of importance for the Ravens and their success in 2019. Davis feels Brown could be that guy.
"HOLLYWOOD!," Davis writes. "I know head coach John Harbaugh recently said he wanted WRs that are "rough and tough," but he will happily welcome Brown, who will put the ball in the end zone for him after QB Lamar Jackson, and the run game, occupy the defense's attention."
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