1. The Baltimore Ravens have a future All-Pro with Kyle Hamilton
Roquan Smith and Justin Madubuike feel like locks for the All-Pro. Lamar Jackson is right on the edge, and Kyle Hamilton probably should, but the question with him is what position he will be valued at.
His most game-changing plays and moments have come in the slot. His most recent play has been as the slot defender. Still, he is listed as a safety and started week one at strong safety. He has plenty of snaps in the safety role away from the box.
An argument could be made that Hamilton would be an All-Pro at both positions. Jessie Bates and Antoine Winfield are having great years at safety, but Kyle Hamilton should be right with both of them. Minkah Fitzpatrick was injured and is not having as good of a season. In the slot, it is impossible to find someone who changes the game in the ways that Kyle Hamilton does. The smart thing to do would be to make him a first-team All-Pro in the slot. He changes the change as a coverage player, run defender, and blitzer. He deserves this acclaim.