Even though they may not address it in the first round, the Baltimore Ravens clearly have a pressing need at wide receiver. This need was compounded on Friday with the news that the Ravens cut Lee Evans.
Even with all of the criticism surrounding Evans' play in 2011, he was their third-string receiver, and his departure leaves a void in the Ravens receiving corps.
Currently, most of the Ravens' backup receivers are young players, including 2011 rookies Tandon Doss and LaQuan Williams. The team could stay with the current crop of youth, or it could try to add new receivers, whether through the draft or free agency.
This year's draft class is rich at the wide receiver position, so it's possible that the Ravens could pick up a receiver in the later rounds that could contribute in the NFL soon.
Here are five of those receivers that could end up wearing a Ravens jersey next season.