Quarterback 

  • Lamar Jackson (the most dynamic player in football, coming off what was arguably the best dual-threat QB season in NFL history, the only concern is that his playing style - 176 rush attempts - puts him at greater risk for injury) 
  • Robert Griffin III (ideal backup for Jackson - his mobility fits well into the Ravens offensive system, performed admirably across 7 2019 appearances) 
  • Trace McSorley (athletic third-string QB, underwhelming size and arm strength but highly competitive, had an excellent career at PSU from 2016-2018, projects as the long-term backup for Jackson) 

Running Back

  • Mark Ingram (excellent first year in BAL - highly efficient - 1,265 total yards, 15 total TDs, 5.0 ypc) 
  • JK Dobbins* (rookie second-rounder, had a dominant career at OSU - ran for 2,003 yards and 21 TDs in 2019, he was also highly productive in 2017 and 2018, he's got 3-down size and runs with fantastic vision, power, and burst, in terms of style - Mark Ingram is a fair comparison) 
  • Gus Edwards (270 carries for 1,429 yards and 4 TDs over the past two seasons, always seems to take advantage of his opportunities, does not offer much as a pass-catcher) 
  • Justice Hill (2019 fourth-rounder, did not wow on limited touches as a rookie, but he's got enough explosive athletic ability to make a jump in 2020 - though the RB depth chart is crowded) 

Wide Receiver

  • Marquise Brown (last year's first-round pick, flashed explosive playmaking ability as a rookie - not many DBs can match his speed - but durability is a concern) 
  • Miles Boykin (2019 third-rounder, only caught 13 passes as a rookie - but 3 of them went for TDs, he's got the athletic ability and length to be more of a factor in 2020) 
  • Willie Snead (reliable veteran slot receiver, 5 of his 39 catches went for TDs in 2019) 
  • Devin Duvernay* (rookie third-rounder, had an explosive 2019 season - 106 catches for 1,386 yards and 9 TDs, he's got excellent speed and soft hands, can be dangerous after the catch - runs with power, but route-running is a work in progress, great value in the third-round - he should develop into a highly productive NFL receiver) 
  • James Proche* (rookie sixth-rounder, incredible production at SMU - 111 catches for 1,225 yards and 15 TDs in 2019, was also highly productive in 2018, he's got average size and athletic ability but his intense on-field demeanor and elite ball skills allowed him to dominate in college, he's an intriguing pick for the Ravens and offers steal potential) 
  • Chris Moore (special teamer and reserve receiver) 


Tight End / Fullback

  • Mark Andrews (breakout star in 2019 - caught 64 passes for 852 yards and 10 TDs, has excellent chemistry with Jackson, great red-zone target) 
  • Nick Boyle (solid TE2, good blocker) 
  • Patrick Ricard (versatile FB, good lead blocker, can also play TE and DT) 

Offensive Tackle 

  • Ronnie Stanley (elite left tackle - one of the league's best) 
  • Orlando Brown Jr. (rapidly improving right tackle, has Pro Bowl upside going into the 2020 season) 

Interior Offensive Line

  • Matt Skura (made 11 starts at center before tearing his knee in Week 12, quality of play was slightly above average) 
  • Bradley Bozeman (started all 16 games at LG last season, quality of play was average) 
  • Tyre Phillips* (rookie third-rounder, one-year starter at LT for Miss St - but expected to play guard in the pros, very broad/powerful build, excellent run-blocker, may struggle to an extent with speed rushers, has starting upside as a rookie and could also provide depth at tackle) 
  • DJ Fluker* (veteran guard, 88 career starts - including 14 in Seattle last season, quality of play tends to be average, better run than pass blocker, can provide depth at tackle if needed) 
  • Ben Bredeson* (rookie fourth-rounder, had a highly decorated career at Michigan, he's limited athletically and lacks movement range - but he's stout vs the run and technically sound, like Phillips - he's got the ability to develop into a fine starter) 
  • Patrick Mekari (backup center, started 5 games in 2019 and filled-in nicely) 
  • Ben Powers (2019 fourth-rounder, did not see action as a rookie, but could compete for open guard spots in 2020) 


Defensive Line 

  • Calais Campbell* (numbers were down in 2019 - but still strong - 6.5 sacks and 10 TFL, he's getting older - 34 - but should still be a forceful run defender and effective pass rusher) 
  • Brandon Williams (good run-stuffing nose tackle, does not offer much in terms of pass rush) 
  • Derek Wolfe* (recorded a career-high 7.5 sacks last season - despite playing in only 12 games, he's also a solid run defender, but injuries have been a limitation throughout his career) 
  • Justin Madubuike* (rookie third-rounder from Texas A&M, 12 sacks and 22 TFL over the past two seasons, he's a bit undersized for a defensive tackle but plays with great power and quickness, he's got starter upside)
  • Broderick Washington Jr.* (rookie fifth-rounder from Texas Tech, three-year starter, lackluster statistical production - only 8.5 career sacks, but he's strong and plays the run well, projects as a rotational lineman) 
  • Justin Ellis (rotational lineman, did not see much action in 2019) 

Outside Linebacker / Edge

  • Matthew Judon (made the Pro Bowl after a 9.5 sack and 14 TFL season, he's one of their best defensive players) 
  • Pernell McPhee (recorded 3 sacks in 7 games before getting injured, he's in line for starting duties in 2020) 
  • Tyus Bowser (has 2020 breakout potential - recorded 5 sacks despite not starting a single game last season) 
  • Jaylon Ferguson (2019 third-rounder, amassed 2.5 sacks across 9 games appearances as a rookie, a larger role in 2020 is likely) 

Inside Linebacker 

  • Patrick Queen* (rookie first-rounder from LSU, was very productive in 2019 - which was his only year as a full-time starter, he's a sideline to sideline style LB - who can tackle, rush, and cover, possesses excellent physical traits - he's got the speed and fluidity to be a difference-maker, his limited experience does show at times on tape but he's got Pro Bowl upside and was a great value at the end of round one) 
  • Malik Harrison (rookie third-rounder from OSU, two-year starter, highly productive - had 16.5 TFL in 2019, excellent size and length, Combine testing numbers were awesome, at his best when going downhill, lateral movement skills are inconsistent, gets overaggressive from time to time and misses the ball, excels on special teams, has enough talent to develop into a starter at some point) 
  • L.J. Fort (solid/unspectacular across 8 starts last season, he's a good special teamer, will have to fend off rookie LBs to retain starting job in 2020) 
  • Chris Board (made the team in 2019 as an undrafted free agent, but did not see many regular-season snaps, the coaching staff seems to like him) 
  • Otaro Alaka (2019 UDFA, spent his rookie year on IR, profiles as a backup LB and special teamer) 

Cornerback

  • Marlon Humphrey (one of the league's better corners, first-team All-Pro in 2019) 
  • Marcus Peters (excellent player, played at a near lock-down level throughout much of the 2019 season, has 27 INTs since 2015 - not a single player has more over that span, one could make the argument that he too was deserving of All-Pro honors last season) 
  • Jimmy Smith (highly effective over 9 game appearances in 2019, injuries have been a limitation throughout his career, when healthy he tends to perform at a very high level) 
  • Tavon Young (missed the 2019 season with a neck injury, was excellent covering out of the slot in 2018 - where he demonstrated a knack for making plays and reliable tackling ability) 
  • Anthony Averett (2018 fourth-rounder, has not seen much playing time, enters the 2020 season in a depth role) 


Safety

  • Chuck Clark (underrated young safety, started 12 of 16 games, he's good in coverage and reliable vs the run) 
  • DeShon Elliot (2018 sixth-rounder, spent his rookie year on IR and missed ten games last season, he's unproven but is the favorite to start following Thomas's release) 
  • Anthony Levine Sr. (core special teamer, capable backup) 
  • Geno Stone (rookie seventh-rounder from Iowa, two-year starter, solid production, top-notch instincts help overcome physical limitations, at very least should excel on special teams) 

Special Teams 

  • Justin Tucker (the best kicker in football.) 
  • Sam Koch (has been punting in Baltimore since 2006, he's old - 38 - but reliable)