The Ravens' wide receivers as a whole have had a fantastic camp.
Anquan Boldin looks like the physical presence and slick route-runner that Baltimore thought it was getting.
Derrick Mason, despite battling bumps and bruises, appears in good shape and still has good chemistry with quarterback Joe Flacco.
Donte' Stallworth and Mark Clayton have shown off their speed and ability to make plays down the field.
Justin Harper, Marcus Smith, Demetrius Williams and David Reed have all had solid camps as well, and will make it tough for the coaches to determine who is most deserving of the final wide receiver spot.
Today, the Ravens' wide receivers put on a show which thrilled the fans that came out to sunny Westminster, and likely thrilled offensive coordinator Cam Cameron as well.
Smith got things started with a beautiful touchdown grab in red zone drills, beating Fabian Washington to the back pylon on a fade route and ripping the ball away from the cornerback for the score. Smith made sure to tap both feet inbounds, then raised his arms to signal the touchdown.
A little bit later in the session, Donte' Stallworth ran a deep route down the left sideline. Cornerback Fabian Washington ran with him step-for-step, but Stallworth used a little creativity to bring in the grab.
As the ball came down, Stallworth got one hand on it, and tapped it over Washington's helmet. The wide receiver then brought the pass in with the other hand, and scampered into the end zone for a long touchdown.
Boldin topped off the morning session with another impressive touchdown grab.
Flacco lofted a beautiful deep ball down the middle of the field, and Boldin got to it right at the goal line. He made a gorgeous over the shoulder catch, and fell to the ground as two defenders unsuccessfully tried to knock the ball loose.
One thing's for sure: It's a new wide receiving era in Baltimore.