3. Sixth Wide Receiver: Tylan Wallace
While Wallace has definitely done enough on the training ground and in actual preseason games to earn the final roster spot if the Ravens decide to name six wideouts in their final 53-man squad, the truth is that his main competitors have not helped themselves.
James Proche's butterhands meant that veteran quarterback Josh Johnson threw an interception instead of a second touchdown. That surely sucked to watch, because Johnson could have put up a perfect passing great on top of his sublime outing on Monday.
Laquon Treadwell, Tarik Black, and Sean Ryan have been out of the picture for more than a week now and missing practices and game time of late.
Wallace, on the other hand, caught his lone target on Monday for seven yards and a touchdown, his second in as many games this preseason. Not only has Wallace performed from the LOS, but he also comes equipped with a nice special-teams skill set that, when it comes to the final spot in a full roster, could prove vital for his chances of making the cut.
Jeff Zrebic of The Athletic thinks that Wallace "has outplayed the competition," while James Hensley of ESPN tweeted following Monday that Wallace is "making a strong case for one of the final WR spots on the Ravens."