2024 NFL Draft Grades: Baltimore Ravens

The 2024 NFL Draft is now in the rearview mirror, and we have compiled a consensus ranking using NFL draft grades from a variety of sites.

What draft grades have the media given to the Baltimore Ravens? What are they saying about the Ravens' 2024 draft haul?

NFL.com - Grade: A-

Day 1 grade: B
Day 2 grade: A
Day 3 grade: A

Analysis: The Ravens had yet another solid draft. Wiggins' elite recovery speed earned him a first-round slot, but he must answer questions about how his lean frame and inconsistent tackling translates to the next level. Rosengarten and Isaac were great value picks at two need spots.

I liked the selection of Walker, an outside playmaker, early in Round 4, even after the team re-upped Rashod Bateman. Tampa's size and strength at the catch point made him worthy of a Day 2 pick, but Baltimore landed him on Day 3. Ali is coming off a biceps injury suffered at the Senior Bowl. Leary's arm and experience gained him a draft spot. Samac's a powerful interior lineman.

ESPN - Grade: B+

Top needs entering the draft: Cornerback, offensive line, edge defender

The Ravens parted ways with a handful of starters from their 13-4 team, including guards Kevin Zeitler and John Simpson, right tackle Morgan Moses, defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, cornerback Ronald Darby and linebacker Patrick Queen. They have a few players from the 2022 and 2023 drafts who could step up as starters this season, but there are big shoes to fill at important positions. So, what did GM Eric DeCosta do on the first two days of this draft? He landed three guys in my top 51, all of whom could be big-time rookie contributors, and got value with each selection.

Nate Wiggins (30) is one of the fastest cornerbacks in this class, a long and gifted cover man with good instincts. Though he's a little light at 173 pounds, he'll grow into his frame in time. Roger Rosengarten (52), one of my favorite prospects in the entire draft, could step in and start at right tackle in 2024. Edge rusher Adisa Isaac (93) went a full round below where I rated him. He had 16 tackles for loss last season and outshined teammate Chop Robinson on tape, though Isaac doesn't have the same kind of upside as a pass-rusher.

Wideout Tez Walker (113) and cornerback T.J. Tampa (130) were tremendous picks on Day 3. I thought Tampa might end up in Round 1 at one point, but there are questions about his recovery speed. Baltimore has had a great history of late-round running backs, and Rasheen Ali (165) could be the next one to make the team.

DeCosta did it again in this class; there are some excellent prospects here. It's not quite in the "A" tier, though.

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Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup 3.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft, we will update our Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Baltimore Ravens from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Baltimore Ravens:

ESPN - Mel Kiper (2/28)

30. Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

I'd like to see the Ravens make moves on defense this offseason, and they likely will have to use their cap space to keep some of their own players, including safety Geno Stone and defensive tackle Justin Madubuike. Those moves should start at corner, so how about one more in this top 32? Lassiter makes six.

Lassiter didn't get beat often last season. He didn't allow a single touchdown as the nearest defender in coverage, and in total, he allowed nine receptions for 91 yards. Those are elite numbers. The problem? He had one career interception, and that came in 2021. Teams will have questions about his lack of on-ball production. I'm a believer that production from corners can be developed, and I'm not worried. I am interested in seeing Lassiter's 40-yard dash time in Indianapolis, though.

The Athletic - CFB Writers (2/27)

30. Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

Baltimore could go a few different directions with this pick, but Morgan is one of the best O-linemen left on the board and one of the most versatile. He played tackle at Arizona but can play guard at the next level, too. — Teague Robinson

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2023 NFL Power Rankings: Baltimore Ravens

Throughout the 2023 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Below you will find a Week 18 roundup for the Baltimore Ravens in our consensus 2023 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 1

Biggest offseason contract to watch: DT Justin Madubuike

It's difficult to find someone who is having a bigger breakout season in a contract year than Madubuike. The 2020 third-round pick has become the NFL's best interior pass-rusher, drawing comparisons to Aaron Donald. Madubuike has recorded 13 sacks this season after totaling 8.5 sacks in his first three years. He will likely command a contract that averages over $20 million per season. If Baltimore can't reach a deal with him after the season, the Ravens will presumably place the franchise tag on him to keep him for the 2024 season. -- Jamison Hensley

NFL.com -- Rank: 1

Maybe the Bills or a Joe Flacco-led Browns team can come into Baltimore and win in the playoffs. After all, the Ravens have already lost to the Browns at home, and Gardner Minshew won there once. But the way this team is playing reminds me of the Denver Nuggets or Texas Rangers getting white hot at exactly the right time en route to winning the NBA and MLB championships, respectively. If there's an immediate worry, it's in the secondary. Kyle Hamilton and Brandon Stephens missed Sunday's win over Miami, and Marlon Humphrey (calf) and Daryl Worley (stinger) both left the game with injuries. Of course, Baltimore can survive without them in Week 18, with the Ravens having already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC, and there will be two weeks of additional healing time before their first playoff game. Regardless, Lamar Jackson's superpower -- the reason he just feels like the clear-cut MVP right now -- is that he can offset some of your problems and coax an entire team, not just an offense, to turn in a dominant performance any given game.

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2023 NFL Predictions: AFC North

Before the start of the season, we will post NFL division-by-division predictions for the 2023 NFL regular season and postseason.

Instead of projecting an outright winner and loser in all 272 regular-season games, we've assigned a win probability to each team in every game and totaled them up.

The four AFC North teams are projected to win more games combined than the four teams in any other division in our full-season projections.

See where the Ravens stand in our 2023 AFC North Predictions


2023 Fantasy Football Projections: Baltimore Ravens

Our Fantasy Football Projections will be viewable by both position and team.

Below you will find our 2023 fantasy football projections for the Baltimore Ravens.

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QUARTERBACKS

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDPoints
Lamar Jackson512.1326.53748.627.6511.52116.2685.65.23337.44
Tyler Huntley56.937.3344.21.761.3920.793.20.6231.07

Lamar Jackson: There is only one quarterback in NFL history with 25-plus passing touchdowns and 1,000-plus rushing yards in the same season, and that quarterback (Jackson) has done it twice. Of course, the biggest concern with Jackson is durability and the fact that he has missed five games in each of the past two seasons. With the Ravens bolstering their receiving corps by signing Odell Beckham Jr. and drafting Zay Flowers in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft and hiring Todd Monken to run the offense, the dual-threat quarterback has legitimate QB1 (overall) upside if he's able to stay healthy for a full season.

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Baltimore Ravens: 2023 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the Baltimore Ravens in 2023.

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WeekDateOpponentResults
Week 1Sun., Sep. 10vs. Houston TexansW 25-9
Week 2Sun., Sep. 17at Cincinnati BengalsW 27-24
Week 3Sun., Sep. 24vs. Indianapolis ColtsL 22-19 (OT)
Week 4Sun., Oct. 1at Cleveland BrownsW 28-3
Week 5Sun., Oct. 8at Pittsburgh SteelersL 17-10
Week 6Sun., Oct. 15at Tennessee TitansW 24-16
Week 7Sun., Oct. 22vs. Detroit LionsW 38-6
Week 8Sun., Oct. 29at Arizona CardinalsW 31-24
Week 9Sun., Nov. 5vs. Seattle SeahawksW 37-3
Week 10Sun., Nov. 12vs. Cleveland BrownsL 33-31
Week 11Thu., Nov. 16vs. Cincinnati BengalsW 34-20
Week 12Sun., Nov. 26at Los Angeles ChargersW 20-10
Week 13BYE
Week 14Sun., Dec. 10vs. Los Angeles RamsW 37-31 (OT)
Week 15Sun., Dec. 17at Jacksonville JaguarsW 23-7
Week 16Mon., Dec. 25at San Francisco 49ersW 33-19
Week 17Sun., Dec. 31vs. Miami DolphinsW 56-19
Week 18Sat., Jan. 6vs. Pittsburgh SteelersL 17-10

MORE: Baltimore Ravens historical W-L records - Baltimore Ravens historical head-to-head records

Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule (SOS)

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Baltimore Ravens - 2024 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2024 NFL Draft picks selected by the Baltimore Ravens.

RoundOverallPlayerPositionSchool
130Nate WigginsCBClemson
262Roger RosengartenOTWashington
393Adisa IsaacEDGEPenn State
4113Devontez WalkerWRNorth Carolina
4130T.J. TampaCBIowa State
5165Rasheen AliRBMarshall
6218Devin LearyQBKentucky
7228Nick SamacCMichigan State
7250Sanoussi KaneSPurdue

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