The Baltimore Ravens have a lot of young and unproven players. Here is a ranking of each by how much potential they have:
1. Justice Hill:
Justice Hill has a chance to be a secret weapon for the Ravens. He is a running back who was barely used in his rookie season. When Hill did get the ball, he did show some positive potential. Hill had two seasons at Oklahoma State with over 1,000 rushing yards. As a College Football stat, Hill averaged over five yards per carry and over six yards per reception. The Ravens got a player in the fourth round who absolutely has the potential to be a star in the NFL. It’s not Hill’s fault that the Ravens had Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards in front of him.
Because he was relatively unused, Hill could become a secret weapon for the purple and black. Hill has potential to make a big impact out of the backfield as a receiver and his speed and low center of gravity scream big play ability. Don’t be surprised if Hill is a breakout star in 2020.
The Ravens are going to have to keep adding wrinkles to their offensive attack. They have to throw things at their opponents that they have not seen before. That’s why Hill should see more action in his second season (presuming the Ravens don’t add to the running back group).
2. Jaylon Ferguson:
Ferguson has the traits that you can’t coach, therefore he has a chance to be a play-maker as an edge rusher. He has great length, he’s quick and strong. Ferguson is literally the textbook example of what an edge rusher is supposed to look like. He fits that mold completely. His rookie season was underwhelming but it wasn’t a conclusive look at what he has to offer in the future. With Ferguson it’s about acclimating to the NFL and on the job training. He has the tools and that helps make him a good bet to be a hit for the Ravens.