With the 16th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Ravens are in a tricky situation. Just outside of the realistic range for the top elite prospects, and too early to reach on most wide receivers or tight ends. However, there is a chance for one of the top players, such as Florida State safety Derwin James, Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith, or Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds to fall to the 16th pick for Baltimore. Out of those three, who would be the most ideal for the Ravens?
Derwin James
James would be an immediate contributor to Baltimore’s defense, despite the Ravens already having two starting safeties in Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson. James is versatile and could even play linebacker next to C.J. Mosley in obvious passing situations.


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