It's no secret that the Ravens are weak at the wide receiver position. That seems to be the story of the franchise as year after year young receivers fail to live out their potential. If there's one area that Ozzie Newsome hasn't done as well in drafting, it's definitely wide receiver.
That changed to some extent this year with Torrey Smith's breakout season. He is the most promising receiver on the Ravens' roster and has the potential to become one of the best in the league. Anquan Boldin is getting old; however, he is still a solid starter as a slot receiver.
After these two, the Ravens' receiver depth gets really empty really fast. Although he isn't a free agent, Lee Evans disappointed so much in his first season that he will likely be gone. And then after Evans there's very little experience with Tandon Doss and David Reed, both players that have not impressed yet.
They won't get experience with another rookie receiver but they could get potential. One receiver that could be a good fit is University of Arkansas receiver Joe Adams, who is also a threat at the kick return position. Coincidentally, that return game is another area the Ravens have struggled with.
Ideally, Adams would contribute immediately on special teams while providing some potential depth at wide receiver.
Other possibilities: Lance Lewis, East Carolina; Chris Givens, Wake Forest.