3 undrafted free agents who could make an impact for the Ravens

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Ravens’ UDFA No. 2: Jeremiah Moon, OLB, Florida

The Ravens pounced on Florida’s Jeremiah Moon after the draft to secure a pass-rusher for the upcoming season, but Moon could still make a lasting impact within the franchise.

At 6-foot-4 and 249 pounds, Moon possesses the athletic traits to succeed in the Ravens’ defensive system with sufficient length and burst to dominate the edge.

Moon played for the Gators over a six-season stretch from 2016 to 2021, tossed around between edge defender and linebacker. In his entire collegiate career, he has recorded 151 total tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 8 sacks, four passes defended, and one forced fumble, and his versatility could ultimately prove useful in Baltimore’s thin pass-rushing unit.

His athleticism makes Moon a cut above the rest, and he can fit right in as yet another young and raw talent in the outside linebacker corps of Odafe Oweh, Daelin Hayes, and others.

The prevailing sentiment for his signing is that Baltimore needed a short-term answer to its lack of edge-rushing depth, what with David Ojabo sidelined for possibly the entire 2022 season.

If Moon can take advantage of his situation and turn into a reliable asset for the Ravens on the edge, the team will likely keep him around for a long time.