With the 26th pick in the 2011 AFC East reader mock draft, the Baltimore Ravens select ... Brandon Harris, cornerback, Miami.
Readers felt the Ravens' biggest need was at cornerback. With Jimmy Smith taken off the draft board one pick earlier, Harris was the next one in line.
Ohio State defensive end Cameron Heyward also received a healthy number of votes but fell a few short in our mission to draw up the most accurate first-round mock we can.
Here's where we stand with six picks to go ...
Carolina Panthers: Auburn quarterback Cam Newton
Denver Broncos: Alabama defensive tackle Marcell Dareus
Buffalo Bills: Texas A&M outside linebacker Von Miller
Cincinnati Bengals: Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert
Arizona Cardinals: Louisiana State cornerback Patrick Peterson
Cleveland Browns: Georgia receiver A.J. Green
San Francisco 49ers: Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara
Tennessee Titans: Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley
Dallas Cowboys: USC tackle Tyron Smith
Washington Redskins: Alabama receiver Julio Jones
Houston Texans: North Carolina defensive end Robert Quinn
Minnesota Vikings: Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers
Detroit Lions: Boston College tackle Anthony Castonzo
St. Louis Rams: Illinois defensive tackle Corey Liuget
Miami Dolphins: Alabama running back Mark Ingram
Jacksonville Jaguars: Missouri defensive end Aldon Smith
New England Patriots: Wisconsin defensive end J.J. Watt
San Diego Chargers: California defensive end Cameron Jordan
New York Giants: Florida center Mike Pouncey
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Purdue defensive end Ryan Kerrigan
Kansas City Chiefs: Wisconsin tackle Gabe Carimi
Indianapolis Colts: Colorado tackle Nate Solder
Philadelphia Eagles: Mississippi State tackle Derek Sherrod
New Orleans Saints: Temple defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson
Seattle Seahawks: Colorado cornerback Jimmy Smith
Baltimore Ravens: Miami cornerback Brandon Harris
The Atlanta Falcons hold the 27th selection and are up.
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