Let's take a look at the last three players drafted at the spots where the Baltimore Ravens are slated to draft in 2015:
First round: 26th overall
2012: DE Whitney Mercilus, Texans. He has 18.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in three seasons.
2013: DE Datone Jones, Packers. Green Bay is still waiting for Jones to make a significant impact.
2014: LB Marcus Smith, Eagles. Philadelphia reached for this raw pass rusher in the first round, and Smith managed 68 defensive snaps as a rookie.
Second round: 58th overall
2012: LB Lavonte David, Buccaneers. He might be the best defensive player not to be selected to a Pro Bowl the last three seasons.
2013: RB Montee Ball, Broncos. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry as a rookie but was limited to 55 carries last season because of a groin injury.
2014: CB Stan Jean-Baptiste, Saints. The developmental defender was inactive for 12 games and rarely saw the field.
Third round: 90th overall
2012: DE Jake Bequette, Patriots. He's been a disappointment and spent last season on New England's practice squad.
2013: CB Kayvon Webster, Broncos. The Broncos will likely use Webster as their No. 4 cornerback for a second straight season.
Fourth round: 122nd overall#
2012: WR Nick Toon, Saints. The son of ex-Jets receiver Al Toon, Nick Toon has 21 catches and one touchdown in two seasons.
2013: OL JC Tretter, Packers. He's played eight games (no starts) in two seasons.
2014: CB Marqueston Huff, Titans. He showed promise as a rookie and is the mix for more playing time.
Fourth Round: 125th overall
2012: LB Ronnell Lewis. Lions. He lasted one season before being released and has bounced around three different football leagues since.
2013: RB Johnathan Franklin, Packers. He retired after one season and 19 carries because of a serious neck injury.
2014: CB Walt Aikens, Dolphins. He's a solid special teams contributor who earned more snaps on defense down the stretch.
Fourth Round: 136th overall*
2012: DT Josh Chapman, Colts. He became a starter for the first time in his career in 2014.
2013: S Earl Wolff, Eagles. He's been limited to 18 games (including seven starts) in two seasons because of knee injuries.
2014: DL Larry Webster III, Lions. The coaches remain high on Webster, a developmental prospect, according to ESPN's Michael Rothstein.
Fifth round: 158th overall#
2012: DE Jack Crawford, Raiders. He had two sacks for the Cowboys last season before breaking his thumb in November.
2013: TE Luke Willson, Seahawks. He's caught 42 passes for 634 yards (15.1-yard average) and four touchdowns in two seasons.
2014: DT Caraun Reid, Lions. He played 102 snaps in 12 games as a rookie, recording two tackles and breaking up a pass.
Fifth Round: 171st overall*
2012: K Greg Zuerlein, Rams. He has one of the strongest legs in the league but has been inconsistent at times.
2013: WR Corey Fuller, Lions. The Woodlawn (Maryland) High School graduate made 14 catches, including three for 20 or more yards, last season.
2014: LB Jordan Tripp, Dolphins. He made three special teams tackles as a rookie.
Fifth Round: 176th overall*
2012: CB Mike Harris, Jaguars. He landed with the Giants after being cut by the Jaguars last season and spending time on the Lions' practice squad.
2013: OT David Quessenberry, Texans. He's in remission from non-Hodgkin T lymphoblastic lymphoma and is undergoing a 30-month maintenance period that will include lower doses of chemotherapy.
2014: WR Jared Abbrederis, Packers. He tore his anterior cruciate ligament in an early August training camp practice and was done for the season.
Sixth round: 204th overall#
2013: FB Braden Wilson, Chiefs. He was cut by Kansas City before the start of the 2013 regular season and was out of football last year.
2014: RB Tyler Gaffney, Panthers. The Patriots controversially picked up Gaffney after he suffered a season-ending knee injury and the Panthers tried to pass him through waivers. He is part of New England's backfield competition in 2015.
# -- acquired in a trade
* -- compensatory selection