Baltimore Ravens: Meet the 2015 Draft Class


The Baltimore Ravens have completed the 2015 NFL Draft and in a few years, we could be looking at one of the best draft classes in the history of the organization.

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It is not a sure thing. Some have doubts about whether Breshad Perriman can live up to the first-round hype. Maxx Williams is arguably the most NFL ready player in this class and fills the Ravens most pressing need as well. Carl Davis was a steal in the third round. Javorius Allen could get some playing time. Za’Darius Smith, Tray Walker, Robert Myers and Darren Waller are all projects with terrific upside. 

Draft Grade: A-

What you cannot argue is that Ozzie entered this draft with a plan and came out a winner once again. He filled every one of the Ravens needs, and had to give up just one draft choice to accomplish the deed. To make it bitter sweet, the trade up to acquire Williams snatched him away from the rivaled Pittsburgh Steelers.

Click on the player’s name for our breakdown of the newest Ravens draft class: 

No. 26: Breshad Perriman, WR, Central Florida

No. 55 (from ARI via trade): Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota

No. 90: Carl Davis, DT, Iowa

No. 122: Za’Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky

No. 125: Javorius Allen, RB, Southern California

No. 136 (compensatory): Tray Walker, CB, Texas Southern

No. 171 (compensatory): Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware

No. 175 (compensatory): Robert Myers, OG, Tennessee State

No. 204 (from DAL via Rolando McClain trade): Darren Waller, WR, Georgia Tech

Next: Ravens Select Darren Waller With Final Pick

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