Right now, the depth chart in Baltimore has Beckham, Rashod Bateman and Nelson Agholor as the top three guys. Behind them, there is nothing proven, nor anyone guaranteed to stick around after the summer months. The first additional receiver the Ravens add, here, is Nebraska's Trey Palmer. This kid is a special playmaker, with the ability to score on any given down. Just give him the football, a little space, and watch him work.
Palmer is a big play waiting to happen and has sprinter-type speed, running a 4.33 in his 40-yard dash at the Combine. He's raw in terms of route running, but the physical and athletic traits are there, as Palmer stands six feet, 192 pounds. Getting that type of speed on the field, alongside Beckham, could wind up being a problem for opposing defenses.
With their second pick in the fourth round, the Ravens get a versatile offensive lineman in Penn State's Juice Scruggs. He has the ability to play both center and guard, allowing Baltimore to use him as a backup in one or more area. He very well could end up taking over for the 33-year-old Kevin Zeitler in the future, too.
Scruggs is 6-foot-3 with good size at 301 pounds. He's not easily moved off his base and holds steady in pass protection. He's also fine in the run game, but lacks the athleticism desired for a top-tier interior lineman prospect.
If anything, he's a developmental guy who can step in if needed, and in a year or so, could take over a starting role.