It has been a whirlwind month in the NFL since our Mock Draft Monitor 2.0.
Ravens acquired three important players under free agency – security Earl Thomas, ran back Mark Ingram, and special teams ace / cornerback Justin Bethel. Meanwhile, a number of key players from last season have departed, including quarterback Joe Flacco, in linebacker CJ Mosley, security Eric Weddle, outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Za & # 39; Darius Smith, and wide-ranging recipients John Brown and Michael Crabtree.
In addition, the first round draft order has been changed. Cleveland Browns no longer has a first round pick after trading for star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. New York Giants now have two first round picks ̵
One thing has not changed. The overwhelming consensus among pundits is that the Ravens will draw up a wide-ranging no. 22. Lots of wideouts impressed on the NFL combination. But if the Ravens take a broad receiver, which one will it be?
The opinions vary. Here's the latest list of who the "experts" think Ravens will take on # 22:
WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State
Senior; 6- foot-0, 205 pounds; 90 catches, 1,063 yards, 12 touchdowns
"Extremely fast and unclear. A perfect match for the first Ravens who now have a true deep threat to throw it over the security holes that creep to the line of scrimmage to slow Ingram and Jackson. "
Luke Easterling, Draft Wire  WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State
Junior; 6 feet 5, 227 pounds; 60 catches, 1,318 meters, nine touchdowns
"Jackson already has a solid stable tight ends and a new run back in Ingram, but he desperately needs a true No. 1 receiver. With his rare combination of size, speed and athleticism is Butler exactly what Jackson must take his game to the next level. "
WR DK Metcalf, Ole Miss
Sophomore; 6 feet 3, 228 pounds; 26 catches, 569 yards, five touchdowns
"Despite the lack of the last two recipients that they made in Round 1 (Breshad Perriman and Mark Clayton), Ravens could take a tile on Metcalf, which would give big play potential in a run-heavy offense that creates lots of one-on-one opportunities. "
Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State
" Ravens lost Brown and Crabtree in free office. They have a huge void on the receiver they could fill with Campbell. I imagine Baltimore will look for an electrifying speed receiver to pair with Lamar Jackson's arm. "
WR N & # 39; Keal Harry , Arizona State
Junior; 6 feet 2, 228 pounds; 73 catches, 1,088 meters, nine touchdowns
"It is possible that Ravens does not think they need to improve their broad receiver corps from what they have right now – Willie Snead IV, Jordan Lasley and Chris Moore – but that Feeling safe they could use an early choice on one of these wideouts. "
Chris Trapasso, CBS Sports
Junior; 6-foot-1, 226 pounds; 85 catches, 1,320 yards, six touchdowns
"Ravens want to run football and play stingy defense. But they must get Jackson legit receiving talent. Brown is very NFL ready."
Conor Orr, Sports Illustrated
Junior; 5 feet-10, 220 pounds; 120 Carriers, 640 yards, 11 Touchdowns
"It's hard not to love the idea that Baltimore puts on the post and hammering team with a consistent game. A three-headed monster of Jacobs, Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards would wear Defended Naval Academy style. Here's a relationship John Harbaugh would love especially: a fumble and 38 broken tackles per 100 touches. Inside the tackles, 6.9 yards per carry. "
Benjamin Solak, the draft network  WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa St.
"One of the great mysteries here in mid-March concerns broad receiver no. 2, which we (I think rightly) assume that DK Metcalf will be the first from the table. I put a vote in Combine, and Butler took the close victory over Neal; Keal Harry – I agree. "
Vinnie Iyer, Sports News
WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma
Junior; 5-foot-9, 166 pounds; 75 catches, 1,318 yards, 10 touchdowns
"After deleting Crabtree and letting John Brown go, Ravens can start thinking about wideout more with Jackson in mind. Aptly co-named" Hollywood "for his Florida hometown, Brown has lots of flash as a field stretcher, at 5-foot-9, 166 pounds, he has elite vertical speed and great speed coming in and out of routes Brown missed Combine and Sooners Pro Day comes out of Lisfranc surgery but he should be good for the heat of the offseason program. "