Ravens with six remaining picks in 2015 NFL draft

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(Updated: 2 p.m. Saturday)
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens have six remaining picks in this year’s NFL draft.
With a clear need remaining at cornerback and other positional wants such as running back, edge pass rusher, safety, interior offensive lineman, and kick returner, the Ravens will be busy continuing to build a 2015 roster capable of making the postseason for the seventh time in the last eight years. Of course, general manager Ozzie Newsome will stay true to his draft board with a sterling record of success overly nearly two decades in Baltimore.
While player personnel assistants Corey Krawiec and Patrick McDonough will represent the Ravens at the draft in Chicago, Newsome and the rest of the Ravens brass will be working hard at their Owings Mills headquarters. Teams have 10 minutes to select a player in the first round, seven minutes in the second round, and five minutes in each of the remaining rounds.
Below is a look at where the Ravens are currently scheduled to pick:
Round 1 (26th overall): Central Florida WR Breshad Perriman
Round 2 (55th overall): Minnesota TE Maxx Williams
Round 3 (90th overall): Iowa DT Carl Davis
Round 4 (122nd overall): Kentucky DE Za’Darius Smith
Round 4 (125th overall): USC RB Buck Allen
Round 4 (136th overall – compensatory): Texas Southern CB Tray Walker
Round 5 (171st overall – compensatory): Delaware TE Nick Boyle
Round 5 (175th overall – compensatory): Tennessee State G Robert Myers
Round 6 (203rd overall): Georgia Tech WR Darren Waller