Ravens make earliest pick in 16 years

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — After months of anticipation, the Ravens finally made Notre Dame left tackle Ronnie Stanley their earliest pick in 16 years as the NFL draft got underway in Chicago on Thursday night.
General manager Ozzie Newsome began the draft with nine scheduled selections, including seven choices in the first 134 overall picks. Coming off their first losing season of the John Harbaugh era, the Ravens hope to continue their tradition of draft excellence in which they’ve selected 17 Pro Bowl players and 10 first-team All-Pro players over the last two decades.
Player personnel assistants Corey Krawiec and Patrick McDonough will represent the organization in Chicago while Newsome and the rest of the Ravens’ brass will be stationed at their Owings Mills headquarters.
The three-day event will continue with the second and third rounds on Friday evening and the final four rounds on Saturday afternoon. Teams will have 10 minutes to pick in the first round, seven in the second round, and five minutes for each pick in the final five rounds.
Below is a look at where the Ravens are scheduled to pick:
Round 1 (6th overall) — LT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame
Round 2 (36th overall) —
Round 3 (70th overall) —
Round 4 (104th overall) —
Round 4 (130th overall) —
Round 4 (132nd overall compensatory) —
Round 4 (134th overall compensatory) —
Round 6 (182nd overall) —
Round 6 (209th overall compensatory) —