5 Baltimore Ravens who are already turning heads at OTAs

The Ravens have seen some standout performances at OTAs
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The Baltimore Ravens are in the middle of their usual offseason dalliance, as they are trying to figure out which players are more deserving of an enhanced role to begin the season and which need a few more weeks of ironing out the kinks before they are ready for primetime.

While there have been plenty of eyes fixed firmly on a much-hyped draft class, it's also worth taking stock of how the veterans look. With Todd Monken's offense still new to many and Zach Orr trying to put his stamp on the defense, Baltimore will look much different in 2024.

These 5 Ravens players have taken full advantage of the opportunity before them. The gold star players from the early stages of the Ravens' offseason program are a good mix of youngsters trying to earn their way and some older players who look as comfortable as ever.

5 Baltimore Ravens who are already turning heads at OTAs

5. WR Malik Cunningham

Cunningham moved from quarterback to wide receiver, as the market for sub-200 pound quarterbacks with below-average arm strength is far from booming. Luckily, Cunningham seems to have taken to the position change quite well and set himself up for a second career as a pass-catcher.

Cunningham has made a few strong catches on intermediate routes, all while earning praise from wide receivers coach Greg Lewis. Switching positions in the NFL is exceedingly rare due to how difficult it is, but Cunningham might be one of the rare few who pulls it off.

Malik Cunningham is impressing the Baltimore Ravens at OTAs

4. CB Pepe Williams

Williams and fellow fourth-round cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis know they face fairly long odds to make the roster following the selection of three defensive backs in the 2024 NFL Draft. Both of them have been fairly impressive in OTAs, with Williams in particular making his presence felt.

A pick-six was the highlight of Williams' day, as he looks more aggressive than he was during his last healthy season. While Williams will need to beat out a highly-touted rookie in T.J. Tampa for playing time, he has certainly made a strong first impression with this new defensive staff.