Feb 25, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Utah Utes defensive back Keith McGill participates in pass catching drills during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore Ravens Eye Defensive Backs

The Baltimore Ravens did not get one of their desired needs of a Defensive Back from the first round of the NFL Draft. They do need to focus on that position soon.

Here are some possible Safeties and Cornerbacks for the Ravens to keep an eye on during the next couple of rounds.:

Keith McGill, CB, Utah – Tall, agile player who can get to the ball quickly.

Dion Bailey, S, USC – A linebacker/safety hybrid in college would offer the Ravens some valuable options on defense.

Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice – Good footwork by this player gets him to the right spot on time.

Louchiez Purifoy, CB, Florida – Troubled player. He would give depth at a position where the Ravens need it. He needs a strong locker room like the Ravens to keep on the straight and narrow.

Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida – Physical cornerback would offer a good option on defense.

Ed Reynolds, S, Stanford – Instinctive player that may fit well into the Raven’s system.

Brock Vereen, S, Minnesota – Great at the combine. Can his workout stats turn into results on the field?

Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State – Late round prospect moving up the draft boards. Can he justify the hype?

Dez Southward, DB, Wisconsin – Medical issues are moving this player down the boards. Can he overcome those issues?

Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty – Prospect type of player who can handle run support well.

Tags: Baltimore Ravens Brock Vereen Dez Southward Dion Bailey Ed Reynolds Keith McGill Louchiez Purifoy Marcus Roberson Phillip Gaines Terrence Brooks Walt Aikens

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