Mink: The Ravens’ 2022 draft class could not have began any higher with two Pro Bowlers drafted within the first spherical in Kyle Hamilton and Tyler Linderbaum. But you are proper that a number of different members of that draft class might step into pivotal roles in 2024.

David Ojabo goes to be a key a part of Baltimore’s move rush. Coming off a knee damage that ended his sophomore season early, Ojabo is predicted at full pace sooner or later in coaching camp, which might presumably imply he is on monitor to play Week 1. He’s performed in simply 5 video games in two seasons as a result of his Achilles and knee accidents. If he can get again to, and keep in, peak bodily kind, Ojabo will make a splash as a result of he is an athletic freak who’s proficient and works onerous. He’ll get sacks, evidenced by his two in 5 video games. If the Ravens are going to steer the league in sacks once more, Ojabo goes to want to supply.

Defensive deal with Travis Jones is a participant that I feel has taken a considerable step ahead this offseason. He’s misplaced some weight and appears extra explosive than a yr in the past. Already arguably the strongest participant on the workforce, Jones is in place to have a breakout third yr. He nonetheless has top-notch veteran Michael Pierce in entrance of him, however I count on the Ravens will discover extra snaps for Jones this season.

Daniel Faalele is a prime contender win a beginning job at proper deal with or guard throughout coaching camp. At 6-foot-8, 380 kilos, Faalele is a monster for any defender to tangle with, however the Australia native continues to be creating. Offensive Line Coach Joe D’Alessandris described Faalele as a “work in progress” and added that he “now could be changing into extra of soccer participant, in a way. He’s beginning to really feel comfy in his physique and what he can do.”

Beyond the three gamers you talked about, third-year tight finish Isaiah Likely is able to be a featured weapon contemplating he was arguably probably the most spectacular participant on the sphere at minicamp and is coming off a glowing second season. Fellow third-year tight finish Charlie Kolar’s position might also develop, and it is a pivotal yr for cornerbacks Jalyn Armour-Davis and Damarion “Pepe” Williams.