Outlook: It would be surprising if the Ravens don't exit the draft with at least two new offensive linemen, and one of them may have to be ready to play right away depending on how Reid takes to left guard or whether the Ravens decide to sign a veteran free agent at the position. The interior linemen draft class isn't extremely deep and there are also plenty of questions about several of the draft's top tackle prospects. Konz, an intelligent center who played a lot of football at Wisconsin, has been the player most connected to the Ravens with their 29th overall pick. Konz could play guard for a year and then move over to center when Birk retires. But Zeitler, Konz's former Wisconsin teammate, may make even more sense for the Ravens because he could step in and play guard right away. If the Ravens don't get a guard in the first round, expect them to target one in the second or third, where guys like Brooks, Allen and Osemele are expected to come off the board. The Ravens also won't ignore the tackle spot and if somebody like Martin or Adams is still on the board at 29, it will at least give them something to consider.