2015 NFL Draft: Top Prospects For The AFC North

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Nov 2, 2013; Syracuse, NY, USA; Wake Forest Demon Deacons cornerback

Kevin Johnson

(9) grabs the helmet of Syracuse Orange wide receiver Brisly Estime (20) on a tackle during the second quarter of a game at the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore Ravens

1. Ronald Darby, CB: As a solid starter, Darby has shown the ability to cover well. With his size, he is able to stick with receivers and not get pushed around by the physical ones. While he didn’t produce an interception last season, he covered receivers extremely well and showed fluid hips. Darby is a solid starter and could be lined up anywhere on the field.

2. Kevin Johnson, CB: Another cornerback with unimpressive stats, Johnson, out of Wake Forest, is like glue to his man and many quarterbacks threw away from him because of it. A knock on him may be his weight and size, but if he bulked up a little before the combine, White could rise up boards quickly. He possesses everything you want in a shutdown cornerback.

3. Sammie Coates, WR: Steve Smith isn’t getting any younger and the Ravens need another weapon to help Joe Flacco. Coates is raw and needs to improve his route running, but there’s no doubt he’s a talented receiver. Working against a ton of double coverage while battling injuries, along with an inept passing offense, Coates’ speed and size was under-utilizied. Expect him to make some noise at the combine.

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