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Starter: Torrey Smith
The only obvious starter for the Ravens at receiver is Torrey Smith, whose deep speed and body control makes him a huge threat. Smith still needs to develop as a receiver, but he is a tough, hard worker who could have a breakout season.
Starter: Tandon Doss
Suprise! Even with Jacoby Jones on the roster, Doss has the best chance to replace Anquan Boldin thanks to his strong hands, route-running and toughness. Doss had a bit of a tough season, as he clearly struggled with consistency. An uptick in playing time would really help Doss develop into a starting caliber receiver.
Second String: Jacoby Jones
Jacoby Jones was instrumental in the Ravens' championship run. He was a big play threat as a receiver and a returner, but consistency was not his strong suit. Jones only had one game with more than three receptions, including three games where he was completely shut out. To keep Jones fresh as a returner and as a big-play threat, the Ravens would be wise to keep Jones' role the same.
Third String: Deonte Thompson
Deonte Thompson was a little-known reserve last season, but he flashed big time potential both in the preseason and in limited regular season opportunities. Thompson reeled in five receptions last season in just two games as a receiver. With his speed and body control, Thompson has a similar skill set to Torrey Smith, and he could make a big impact this season.
Fourth String: David Reed
The Ravens re-signed David Reed, giving the receiver another chance to make an impact. Like Thompson, Reed only had a handful of chances, but he was still able to reel in five catches. Don't expect Reed to get much more production than that, but he's a valued special-teamer, which should guarantee him a roster spot.
Fifth String: Tommy Streeter
In terms of raw potential, Tommy Streeter may be the most talented receiver on the roster. Unfortunately, he's also rough around the edges. If he developed significantly, Streeter could even be a starter this season, but he has the least production out of any receiver currently on the roster. He's a big-time boom-or-bust kind of guy.