The last batch of unproven players:
6. Trace McSorley:
There is a lot to like about McSorley. He looked a lot sharper in the preseason than most people thought he would. He throws a good ball, and is a good athlete. The potential for McSorley probably is for him to be a backup quarterback who can play the Taysom Hill role. That’s not a bad career in the NFL and for a sixth round pick, it would be a great outcome. Because the Ravens are so high on the merits of Robert Griffin III as the backup to Lamar Jackson, McSorley may not have his best chance to shine in Baltimore. He should get another chance to showcase his ability in the next preseason slate.
7. Antoine Wesley:
He’s a 6’4″ receiver with decent speed so Antoine Wesley is going to get another look next fall. In the 2018 season he had 88 grabs for 1,410 yards at Texas Tech. There is enough to keep the Ravens interested through at least one more training camp with him. The question is can he get in front of Jaleel Scott, and will that even matter next season?
8. Daylon Mack:
Remember Daylon Mack? He was a fifth round pick last year and he’s a gigantic defensive tackle. Mack didn’t factor into the 2019 season at all. It remains to be seen whether or not he is going to be an explosive enough player to make an impact. One thing is for sure, he is gigantic. He surely looks the part.
9. Ben Powers
When Powers was taken in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, many Ravens fans thought they had gotten their next starter at left guard. That didn’t happen. We haven’t seen enough of Powers to write him off. We haven’t seen enough from him to be overly encouraged. I liked him coming out of Oklahoma. I think he’s a good athlete. We will see what happens, however his rookie season didn’t pan out as expected.