Outlook: Team officials have been consistent in saying that they need to add another wide receiver. With the free agent market lacking of any good options unless the Ravens want to deal with the baggage that Plaxico Burress and Braylon Edwards bring, the draft may be their last opportunity. Hill, who never had a chance to shine in Georgia's Tech's run-oriented offense, has wowed teams with his performance in workouts. He's 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds, and he ran a 4.31 40 at the NFL Scouting Combine. If he's still available and there's no certainty of that, he could make the Ravens think long and hard about selecting an offensive lineman at pick 29. The Ravens, however, could just as easily wait and try to grab a guy like Sanu, Jenkins or Quick in the second or third round. While the position seems to be an annual question mark, the Ravens are extremely excited about Smith's rookie season and they still have high hopes for second-year receivers, Tandon Doss and LaQuan Williams. But the reality is they are still missing another young outside option who can hold his own physically and stretch the defense with his speed. If they see that guy available in the draft, they won't hesitate to select him regardless of the round.