It really depends on what team officials view as the best fit. If they're looking for a big and physical specimen who can win on jump balls and down the field, Clemson's Mike Williams stands apart. If the Ravens are focused on ball skills and route running, Western Michigan's Corey Davis probably is the best bet. If they are looking for pure speed, Washington's John Ross is the unquestioned choice. The decision, though, might be taken out of the Ravens' hands because one or two of Williams, Ross and Davis could very well be gone over the first 15 picks. Of course, the smartest move might be nabbing a pass rusher in the first round and then trying to grab a receiver in the second with the hope that USC's Juju Smith-Schuster, East Carolina's Zay Jones and Eastern Washington's Cooper Kupp are still available.