Ravens get “defensive” in NFL draft

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The Ravens’ first four picks in the NFL draft were defensive players, and six of Baltimore’s 10 selections will be on the defensive side.
After taking safety Matt Elam, linebacker Arthur Brown and nose tackle Brandon Williams during the first two days of the draft, the Ravens took Ohio State defensive end John Simon with the 129th overall pick.Simon had nine sacks in 2012 and was a two-time team captain with the Buckeyes.
At No. 130,they selected Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk.  Juszczyk caught 125 passes for 1,576 yards and scored 22 touchdowns a tight end/H-back for the Crimson.In the fifth round, they selected Wisconsin offensive lineman Ricky Wagner at No. 168 overall. The 6-6, 308-pounder played right and left tackle for the Badgers.

In the sixth round, they picked Notre Dame defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore at No. 200 overall.

Three picks later, Baltimore took offensive lineman Ryan Jensen, who played at Colorado State-Pueblo.
In the seventh round, they took Elon wide receiver Aaron Mellette, who caught 18 touchdown passes in 2012. Baltimore’s final pick, at No. 247 overall, was cornerback Marc Anthony, who played at Cal.

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