Outlook: Even if the Ravens don't draft a pass catcher, they'll enter training camp feeling pretty good about their receiving corps, thanks to the signing of Steve Smith and the re-signing of Jones. But they also have the future in mind, which is why they've been extremely active in doing homework on the available receivers. Steve Smith turns 35 next month and there's no guarantee he plays more than one season in Baltimore. Torrey Smith is a free agent after the 2014 campaign, though both sides are confident that they'll reach agreement on a contract extension. Still, the Ravens have struggled in the past to develop wide receivers, so they certainly know how important it is to have depth at the position. The question isn't whether they will draft a receiver but when. Texas A&M's Mike Evans would be ideal, but he'll almost certainly be long gone by the time the Ravens pick. Still, picking 17th, they very well could have their choice of LSU's Odell Beckham Jr., Oregon State's Brandin Cooks, Lee and Latimer. Guys like Matthews, Benjamin and Bryant could still be available in the middle of the second round. It's just a matter of who the Ravens feel is the best fit.