Breshad Perriman held up a No. 1 jersey on the stage next to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Thursday night in Chicago.
Now he knows what jersey number he'll actually wear in the NFL.
Baltimore's first-round draft pick has decided to wear No. 18. Perriman wore No. 11 during his college career at the University of Central Florida, but that number is already taken by fellow former UCF receiver Kamar Aiken.
Perriman will be the fourth player in team history to wear No. 18. The previous players to don the number were wide receiver Donte Stallworth, quarterback Elvis Grbac and wide receiver Curtis Brown.
The new receiver was greeted by Ravens brass in Owings Mills at the Under Armour Performance Center.