Could the Ravens throw a first-round curveball and select a cornerback at No. 17? You can’t rule that out.
In the wake of Corey Graham's departure via free agency, the Ravens need to find a nickel back to complement starting corners Jimmy Smith and Lardarius Webb.
One byproduct of the Ravens success over the years is that they are rarely picking near the top of the first round of the draft.
As the Ravens continue to prepare for the 2014 draft, we are taking a look back to each of the Ravens draft classes of the previous seven years.