The Ravens are set to host four more 2014 draft prospects.
According to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, the Ravens have scheduled visits with Florida State receiver Kelvin Benjamin, Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, Utah cornerback Keith McGill and California outside linebacker Khairi Fortt.
Benjamin is the name that will jump out the most to Ravens fans, as he has the potential to sneak into the first round as a receiving option. He's a big target at 6-5, 235 pounds. Benjamin declared for the draft after his redshirt sophomore season, which ended after catching the game-winning touchdown against Auburn in the BCS National Championship.
Here's a 2013 highlight video showcasing the kind of receiver he is:
Garoppolo is an intriguing quarterback that's built some buzz in the preseason, but appears to be a mid-round prospect at best. He's 6-2, 226 pounds but is known for his strong arm after breaking all of Tony Romo's school passing records at Eastern Illinois.
The Ravens have expressed a need to add competition to the backup quarterback position and there appear to be plenty of options in this draft class to do so.
Here's a better look at Garoppolo:
McGill is a projected third-rounder with ideal size as a press corner at 6-3, 211 pounds. He's a sound tackler that contributed on Utah's special teams unit (which would naturally make him attractive to the Ravens). He also started five games for the Utes as a free safety, indicating his versatility in the back end.
Here's a look at McGill from Utah's game against UCLA last year:
Fortt, a 6-2, 242-pound outside linebacker, appears to be a late-round draft prospect. He has a lot of speed but needs some fundamental work in his game. Fortt began his career at Penn State but transferred to California.
Here's a look at how Fortt looked last season: