Father Ozzie’s Home for Wayward Boys has taken in another one, and doubled up with another former Alabama player.
With the 78th pick, the Ravens took linebacker Tim Williams, who has both the pedigree and checkered past that the Ravens have some background with.
Williams is one of the most talented pass-rush prospects in the draft, with nine sacks and 16 tackles for loss last year.
But he comes with concerns, specifically his admission of multiple failed drug tests in college. Coupled with a misdemeanor gun charge, it was enough to scare some people off, at least at this point in the proceedings.
Williams was also used almost exclusively as a pass-rusher, but Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome obviously felt like the middle of the third round was an acceptable time to take a chance on someone from his old school who could be an impact player on passing downs.
Williams is the second Alabama player to join the Ravens this week, along with first-round cornerback Marlon Humphrey.