3. Tylan Wallace, WR
The Ravens' wide receiver group looks a whole lot different this season than it did a year ago, with additions like Odell Beckham Jr. and rookie Zay Flowers getting a ton of hype throughout the summer practices. Beckham continues to ramp up and looks better and better as training camp rolls on.
Meanwhile, Flowers looks like he could wind up taking over the WR1 role as soon as this year, should he get the targets. The explosiveness and playmaking ability has been on display.
Baltimore obviously still has Rashod Bateman coming in as their likely WR3, but other than those guys, it's up in the air as to whom might fill in the rest of the depth chart.
Newly-signed Laquon Treadwell has performed great in camp, so far, and has a lot of people buzzing. His odds of making this roster seem to go up each day, as do the chances of veteran James Proche. As some fans have continued to believe in his talent, Proche proves he can do a lot of little things well and should have a spot on this roster.
The success of so many others seems to spell trouble for 2021 fourth-round pick Tylan Wallace, who just hasn't panned out just yet.