Ravens poised to make 6 picks on final day of NFL draft



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OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens are in position to finish up the NFL draft with a flourish.

After getting wide receiver Breshad Perriman, tight end Maxx Williams and Iowa defensive tackle Carl Davis over the first two days, the Ravens have six selections left on Saturday.

Baltimore has three picks in the fourth round, two in the fifth round and one in the sixth.

General manager Ozzie Newsome says "the most important part of this draft" is how the Ravens fare on Saturday.

On Friday, Baltimore traded a fifth-round pick to Arizona to move up and get the 21-year-old Williams, who left Minnesota after his sophomore season.

Williams has the potential to replace the departed Owen Daniels, and Davis adds depth on a line that's now without Haloti Ngata.

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