The bad news, college football is over.
The good news, it's time to start looking a potential draft picks.
It's no secret to the Ravens' front office and fans that offensive weapons are needed.
They've only drafted an offensive player in the first three rounds three times since the 2013 draft. In 2017, they drafted zero. A possible ramification of this is the team being ranked 29th in the league in passing yards during the 2017 season.
So we'll add wide receiver and tight end to the top of the shopping list. In addition, the team has acknowledged that it's time to begin the search for Joe Flacco's successor.
With all of that being said, let's take a look at the possible first-round draft picks for the Ravens sitting at No. 16.
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Calvin Ridley (Alabama): General manager Ozzie Newsome has a tendency to draft guys from his alma matter, 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.
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.
Mark Andrews (Oklahoma): Taking a look at first-round mock drafts around the industry, Andrews is the only TE listed in several of them.
Andrews will tower over defensive players at 6-5, 254 pounds. He finished 2017 with 62 receptions, 958 yards and 8 TD's. He's a strong possibility with the 15 teams ahead of the Ravens in need of different positional players.
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. As of early Tuesday morning, he can add national champion to that list too.
CBS Sports has Fitzpatrick going to the Ravens in the first-round.
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.