The saddest time of year is here.
No, it's not Valentine's Day and remembering you have no one to spend it with. It's realizing football season is over.
Thursday's and Sunday's have now opened up for you, leaving you with plenty of time to search through mock drafts.
Post-Super Bowl, have there been any additions to the Ravens' list of prospects? Let's take a look.
Marcus Davenport (DE)
Coming out of University Texas-San Antonio, the 6-6, 255 pound defensive end is unlikely to be taken at No.16.
Why? Owner Steve Bisciotti said at his State of the Ravens press conference, "I think that there is a really good chance that we won’t be drafting a defensive tackle in the first round."
It would be safe to say an offensive player will be of much more importance to the team in the first-round than another defensive one.
Kerryon Johnson (RB)
Standig does have the Ravens taking an offensive player at No. 52.
The running back out of Auburn rushed for 1,391 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2017.
Orlando Brown (OT)
Out of Oklahoma, 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.
Rotoworld's analysis states, "Brown will be a controversial prospect. It might not look pretty at all times, but Brown frequently accomplishes his assignment with length, size and power. And when all of those function as one, he moves defenders. In this scenario Brown would play right tackle."
Vita Vea (DT)
At 6-4, 344 pounds Vea's draft profile highlights his combination of size and being light on his feet.
Again, a defensive player is unlikely considering Bisciotti's comments.
James Washington (WR)
Out of Washington State, the 6-1, 205 pound receiver finished his senior year with 74 receptions for 1549 yards and 13 TDs.
He was also the winner of the Biletnikoff Award for the nations top receiver, a unanimous All-American, unanimous first-team All Big 12 and midseason All-American.
Washington could be a good snag if other viable WRs are gone by pick No. 16.
Calvin Ridley (WR)
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.