Jamison Hensley (ESPN): I would say tight end. At least at wide receiver, the Ravens have a developing Marlon Brown and Jacoby Jones. After Pitta and Daniels, there is no one at tight end. With Daniels being on a one-year deal (Steve Smith is technically signed for four), Daniels has to be seen as more of the stop-gap player.
Dio (Baltimore): WR is an outside possibility at No. 17. But if we pass and pick in the third round or later, any ideas on who could be a value pick?
Jamison Hensley (ESPN): The WRs expected to go in the third round are: South Carolina's Bruce Ellington, Wisconsin's Jared Abbrederis, Wyoming's Robert Herron and LSU's Jarvis Landry.
Rants N Ravens (Trinity, Fla.): Who contributes more to the Ravens' success this coming season, "Juice" or Brandon Williams?
Jamison Hensley (ESPN): Brandon Williams. He's going to have a shot at being a starter this year. Williams is going to battle Karpon Lewis-Moore for playing time. There's also a chance that the Ravens take a defensive lineman early, which would change things as well. But fullback Kyle Juszczyk is going to be a role player.
Art (Baltimore): Which draft prospect over the past few years would you consider to be your biggest miss? Could be either someone that you liked that was a bust or someone that exceeded your expectations. Thanks.
Jamison Hensley (ESPN): I thought Jimmy Smith was going to be really good when the Ravens took him the first round in 2011. I started questioning that when he struggled and couldn't stay healthy. But he's now living up to expectations. On the flip side, I never thought highly of Lardarius Webb and it's mostly because of history. The Ravens took a small school cornerback before in 2006, when they selected David Pittman. He was awful. So, I didn't have high hopes when they took a corner out of Nicholls State three years later. I was wrong.