In the fourth round, Baltimore goes back to trying to build depth at cornerback by selecting Arkansas' Dwight McGlothern. At this point in the draft, you can't get much better value than this. McGlothern stands 6-foot-1, presenting ideal size at the position. He's excellent in man coverage and has elite ball skills.
Last season, McGlothern had four passes defensed, three interceptions and gave up an opposing quarterback rating of just 50.7.
With their first of two fifth-round picks, the Ravens first select UCLA edge rusher Gabriel Murphy. While all eyes are on his counterpart, Laiatu Latu, Murphy will hear his name called as well. Murphy is a pure pass rusher and offers a little less against the run. But, in terms of getting after the quarterback, that's where he shines.
Last season, Murphy totaled a whopping 55 quarterback pressures, 11 quarterback hits and 6.0 sacks for the Bruins.