The Ravens focused on offense last year, with six of their nine draft picks going towards offense. They've also made an attempt to bring in some more offensive help by bringing in Ben Watson and Mike Wallace. And if Eric DeCosta is to be believed, the Ravens will try to find some more in the draft.
Steve DeCosta has said in the Ravens' Pre-Draft interview that the team is looking at the best mid-round wide receivers and that some of the best wide receivers can be found there every year. And DeCosta has a point. During the last few years we've seen stars like Keenan Allen, John Brown, and Tyler Lockett come from the third and fourth rounds. The Pittsburgh Steelers can find them almost every year. It wouldn't hurt the Ravens if they drafted one in the third or fourth round every year.
Some guys that might be found in Rounds 3-5 are Sterling Shepard from Oklahoma, Rashard Higgins from Colorado State, Pharoh Cooper from South Carolina, Aaron Burbridge from Michigan State, Malcolm Mitchell from Georgia, and Keyarris Garrett from Tulsa.
The Ravens will likely use their first few picks on defense, but it's not unlikely that we'll see them draft some offensive players in the middle rounds and with four picks in the fourth round, it seems incredibly likely that at least one of those picks will go there. Maybe he just might be a quality receiver.