Mink: I agree along with your evaluation that an undrafted rookie has the greatest shot to make the crew at vast receiver or inside linebacker. I’d additionally embody exterior linebacker as a risk.
As of now, the Ravens have simply 4 “locked in” vast receivers. I do not count on they’re going to hold six, however six undrafted rookies are competing to seize a fifth spot. Coaches talked about Shemar Bridges (Fort Valley State) and Slade Bolden (Alabama) as two standouts thus far. I feel they’ve a shot to make it. Bridges (6-foot-4, 207 kilos) may assist fill the void left by Miles Boykin’s departure.
The Ravens have an extended historical past of protecting undrafted inside linebackers they usually have some depth to interchange after the lack of Chris Board. L.J. Fort additionally has not been re-signed. Josh Ross (Michigan), Zakoby McClain (Auburn) and Diego Fagot (Navy) are all competing for a attainable fourth spot, although Malik Harrison and Kristian Welch will not make that simple.
Baltimore additionally has a depth difficulty at exterior linebacker with Tyus Bowser and David Ojabo each getting back from Achilles tears. I nonetheless count on the Ravens to signal a veteran, however it may be a possibility for an undrafted rookie to stay. Jeremiah Moon (Florida) stood out in OTAs and has had an excellent begin to minicamp and is competing with Chuck Wiley (Texas-San Antonio).