3 underrated Ravens players who could make a massive impact next season

Free agency could help these three become more impactful players

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1. OG Andrew Vorhees

Baltimore doesn't seem in a rush to make any drastic changes to their offensive line after losing John Simpson and Kevin Zeitler to free agency, which could lead to Vorhees and former third-round pick Ben Cleveland getting promoted to starting roles. If Vorhees ends up starting, fans shouldn't worry about a thing.

Vorhees may have been picked in the seventh round of the 2023 NFL Draft after tearing his ACL at the NFL Combine, but the former USC star was regarded as a consensus Top 100 pick before he screwed up his knee. Mel Kiper Jr's favorite has more pedigree than most late picks.

Andrew Vorhees should be a starter for the Baltimore Ravens in 2024

Vorhees is an incredibly productive player with great power and experience all over the offensive line. With the former Trojan himself saying that he has never felt better than he has this offseason, fans should expect the same reliable starter USC fans got to see during his very long college career.

Just one year after turning Simpson from a castoff into a quality starter, Vorhees might be their next big reclamation project over at left guard. Baltimore's offensive line has been remade several times over, showing that this offensive system can be a great boost for burgeoning careers.