OWINGS MILLS - After one of the several big plays that Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins made during the Orange Bowl Friday night, Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith tweeted, "Sammy Watkins is a bad man."
That's a compliment.
Smith has openly been a fan of Watkins since Watkins' freshman season at Clemson in 2011.
Pretty soon, he may have Watkins as a teammate.
Improving its offensive line will be a priority for Baltimore this offseason. Adding a playmaker at wide receiver to go along with Smith and Marlon Brown may be another one.
"I think it could be," Harbaugh said. "Those are things that we'll talk about over the next couple of weeks."
Starting wide receiver Jacoby Jones is an unrestricted free agent, but Baltimore could look to add to its wide receiver group even if Jones is re-signed, whether that be through free agency or possibly with someone like Watkins early in the NFL draft.
Smith had 1,128 yards this year, but he was limited to three catches or less in six of the Ravens' 11 games.
Baltimore is enthusiastic about Brown's potential after a rookie season during which he had 49 catches and a team-high seven touchdown catches, but Brown has yet to prove that he can be a consistently productive starting receiver.
Watkins may be off the board by the time the Ravens pick in April.
Baltimore won't pick until either 16th or 17th in the first round unless it trades up, and Watkins may be a top-5 pick. But Texas A&M's Mike Evans and Southern California's Marqise Lee are also widely viewed as early-to-mid first-round talents.
This could also be a deep free agent class as far as wide receivers.
Anquan Boldin, Hakeem Nicks, Eric Decker, Jeremy Maclin, Julian Edelman and James Jones are some of the wide receivers scheduled to be unrestricted free agents.
"I'm not opposed to adding any good player," Harbaugh said. "As a coach, you want as many good players as you can possibly add to your football team. ... A piece here or there makes everybody different, everybody better because it pushes everybody into the role that they're best at. ... When you don't have a piece, it pushes them out of the role that they're best at and into asking them to do things that they're not as good at, and it shows up on the field. So, that's really important. But it's also important to get competition to push guys."