Outlook: The Ravens have been linked in the first round to Smith, the big-play receiver out of Maryland. Baldwin possesses more size (6-4, 224) than Smith but he also carries more off-the-field baggage (charged with disorderly conduct and harassment in 2009). The Ravens can find talent at wide receiver outside the first round, too. Brown, who is considered a second-round prospect, was the most underrated deep threat in college last season, averaging nearly 20 yards per reception. Harris' stock dropped after a poor showing at the Senior Bowl, but he was unstoppable during the season (93 catches for 1,055 yards). Salas is considered one of the most sure-handed receivers in the draft.