The Ravens top three draft needs

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The 2014 NFL draft is days away and the Baltimore Ravens still have some spots to fill on their depth chart.  The Ravens are still looking for a right tackle and a free safety, they are lacking true starters at those positions.

Not included on this list is the fact the Ravens need to draft a running back.  I hope the Ravens select Towson Tigers running back Terrance West at some point in the draft.  This is my list of the top three needs.

1.  Right Tackle: The Ravens may not select a tackle in the first round because they always look for best player available but they need to within the first three.  They need to look for a tackle that can start right away and be successful, which is a hard task.

2.  Free Safety: The Ravens had two strong safeties last season and it worked out well but the interceptions and turnovers were not there.  Matt Elam has proven that he can be a strong safety and I think the Ravens should keep him there.  The Ravens need to find a ball hawking free safety to get interceptions and can be a game changer.

3.  Depth on the offensive line: Even with the bringing in Jeremy Zuttah and if the Ravens draft a tackle I would still like to see the Ravens get more reliable backup lineman.  Last season showed how poor the depth was at the offensive line.  Drafting a big guard that could potentially play all positions or transition to a center like Jason Brown did for the Ravens a while back would not be a bad idea.



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