With just about three months to go until the 2018 NFL Draft, more and more names are being thrown into the mix for the Ravens at No. 16.
It's no secret that everyone views an offensive weapon a must, but a lot of media outlets have an outside linebacker in the mix.
Ahead of the Senior Bowl taking place on Saturday, where talent evaluators will get an up close and person view of prospects, let's add to the list of potential first-round picks. The new additions will be in italics.
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WIDE RECEIVER DRAFT PROSPECTS
Calvin Ridley (Alabama):
General manager Ozzie Newsome has a tendency to draft guys from his alma mater, and with 'Bama coming off of another national championship, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Ridley go to the Ravens.
Standing at 6-1 and 190 pounds, Ridley had 63 receptions during his 2017 season for 967 yards and five touchdowns. He would be a solid pickup if still available at No. 16.
Land of 10, Rotoworld and Sports Illustrated all have Ridley going to the Ravens at No. 16.
If Ridley is gone by 16, what other offensive option is available for the Ravens? ESPN's Mel Kiper said "None."
Courtland Sutton (SMU):
I literally said "dang" when looking up Sutton's 2017 stats.
The 6-4, 216 pound junior has 68 receptions for 1085 yards and 12 TD's in 2017. Just shy of his 76 receptions for 1246 yards and 10 TD's back in 2016.
Bleacher Report has Sutton going to the Ravens in the first-round.
Christian Kirk (Texas A&M):
Kirk has been considered a top prospect for the first round by many.
The 5-11, 200 pound junior finished with 71 receptions, 919 yards and 10 touchdowns.
James Washington (Oklahoma State):
At 6-1, 205 pounds, Washington finished his senior year with 74 receptions for 1549 yards and 13 TD's.
Washington could be a good snag if other viable WRs are gone by pick No. 16.
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RUNNING BACK DRAFT PROSPECTS
Derrius Guice (LSU):
While fans are hoping for a wide receiver, a running back would be another good offensive weapon option for Flacco.
Guice rushed for 1,251 yards in 2017. He also had 18 receptions for 124 yards and 13 total touchdowns.
CBS Sports now has the 5-11 junior at No. 16.
QUARTERBACK DRAFT PROSPECTS
Lamar Jackson (Louisville):
Bleacher Report's David McCracken is the only mock draft I've found with the Ravens taking a QB at No. 16.
Jackson is among a draft class with a lot of strong QBs but is expected to go somewhere in the first-round.
Throwing for 3,660 yards and 27 touchdowns, Jackson could be a strong candidate to succeed Flacco.
Josh Allen (Wyoming):
While I don't foresee the Ravens taking a QB in the first-round, Allen would be a good pick if for some crazy reason they did. Bigger named QBs like Baker Mayfield, Lamar Jackson, Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen will likely be taken by bottom five teams in desperate need of one.
At 6-5, 233 pounds, Allen had 1812 yards on the season for 16 touchdowns.
Bold pick: If the Ravens are that focused on finding their next franchise QB, they could trade up to grab someone like Mayfield or Jackson.
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN DRAFT PROSPECTS
Orlando Brown Jr. (Oklahoma):
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah listed Brown in his first mock draft.
Jeremiah said, "The Ravens need to address the wide receiver position, but they have a good track record of filling that void with veteran players in free agency. Brown would immediately start at right tackle for Baltimore, just like his father did a little more than a decade ago."
Brown stands at 6-8, 345 pounds and was a unanimous first-team All-American among being named Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year.
Brian O'Neill (Pitt):
ESPN's Mel Kiper released his latest mock draft and to some surprise picked O'Neill for the Ravens.
The Junior is listed at 6-6, 305 pounds and came to Pitt as a tight end. He moved to left tackle in 2017, but with only three-years experience at the O-line position, he's high on the list because of his athleticism and footwork.
The Ravens will get a chance to see him in action at the Senior Bowl this week.
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DEFENSIVE DRAFT PROSPECTS
Arden Key (LSU):
If history repeats itself, the Ravens may select a defensive weapon in the first-round.
What Key could bring to the table at 6-6, 238 pounds is some relief to Terrell Suggs who will be 36 in 2018.
Ben Standing- in his latest NFL mock draft -has Key being drafted by the Ravens.
Minkah Fitzpatrick (Alabama):
There are two things Ozzie Newsome likes; defensive players and defensive players from Alabama.
Fitzpatrick can check both of those off of his list. He's also a two-time All-American, won the Bednarik Award for defensive player of the year and won the Jim Thorpe Award for the nation's best defensive back. He can add national champion to that list too.
CBS Sports has Fitzpatrick going to the Ravens in the first-round in their first edition.
Marcus Davenport (Texas-San Antonio):
Davenport is another strong option to one day replace Terrell Suggs.
At 6-7, 255 pounds, Davenport had 55 combined tackles, 8.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles. SB Nation's Dan Kadar has him on his list saying, "He’s a lengthy edge rusher who uses speed and power to get into the backfield."
Denzel Ward (Ohio State):
The All-American has chosen to skip his senior year at Ohio State and enter into the draft.
The 5-10, 191 pound cornerback had 37 total tackles, 2 interceptions and 15 passes defended in 2017.
While Land of 10 has them at No.16, the Ravens are hopeful that Jimmy Smith will be fully recovered from his Achillies injury at the start of the season. It should be noted that they drafted CB Marlon Humphrey during the first-round of the 2017 draft.
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