INDIANAPOLIS—With the 26th pick in the first round of April’s NFL draft, the Baltimore Ravens could go in a number of different directions. The team has an aging receiving unit, but could also benefit from an upgrade at the cornerback position.
NFP Director of College Scouting Wes Bunting recently talked with John Eisenberg of CSN Baltimore.com about some of the top prospects the Ravens could be targeting in this year’s draft.
Bunting and Eisenberg talk wide receivers:
Bunting and Eisenberg talk cornerbacks:
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