Ravens: 4 players who could make their first Pro Bowl in 2021

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4. Bradley Bozeman, C, Baltimore Ravens

Bradley Bozeman remains one of the most underappreciated players on the roster. A sixth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, Bozeman has developed into a rock-solid starter at guard over the past two seasons.

And there are reasons to believe that the best may be yet to come.

Bozeman is being asked to move back to center this season — his natural position and the one he played at Alabama. And when paired alongside a better interior offensive line, he could be set for a big 2021.

The 26-year-old has already been a good player in the past. As part of a beaten-up offensive line in 2020, he was a consistent and reliable presence.

The Ravens went out and signed veteran guard Kevin Zeitler in free agency and added Georgia’s Ben Cleveland in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Zeitler is penciled in as the starting right guard while Cleveland is the favorite for the left guard job. The hope is that those two, along with Bozeman, could help create a much improved interior offensive line.

Bozeman will also have the added motivation of playing in a contract year and will be looking for a sizable extension this offseason.

It’ll take quite the jump to go from rock-solid starter to Pro Bowler, but the stage is set for Bozeman to have a breakout season.