Baltimore Ravens rookie jersey numbers: 2024 class makes their pick

The Ravens' rookies have finalized their numbers.
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The Baltimore Ravens managed to reel in one of the deepest NFL Draft classes in the entire 2024 festivities. A deep group led by Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins and Washington right tackle Roger Rosengarten led a quality crop of players that will help Baltimore stay at the top of the AFC once again.

The Ravens already handed out one number to the top member of their rookie collection, as Wiggins will take No. 2 away from former backup quarterback Tyler Huntley. The rest of the class followed suit.

With rookie minicamp officially here, Baltimore now knows what every member of their rookie class will be sporting during their 2024 campaign. Going off simply on what the kids nowadays seem to be calling "aura," some of these number-player combinations could stick for years to come.

Baltimore Ravens rookie jersey numbers revealed

  • CB Nate Wiggins: 2
  • OT Roger Rosengarten: 70
  • DE Adisa Isaac: 50
  • WR Devontez Walker: 81
  • CB T.J. Tampa: 27
  • RB Rasheen Ali: 26
  • QB Devin Leary: 13
  • C Nick Samac: 61
  • SAF Sanoussi Kane: 28

Wiggins and Leary were lucky enough to retain their college numbers. Wiggins will be the first non-backup quarterback in Ravens history to sport the single-digit number, while Leary will pick up his number from Kentucky after Devin Duvernay vacated it by leaving in the offseason.

Kevin Zeitler's old No. 70 now belongs to Rosengarten. If he becomes half the player Zeitler was in his career, picking him in the second round will be an absolute steal. Isaac follows in the footsteps of many quality Ravens defenders, including Justin Houston and Albert McClellan.

One of the last players to wear No. 81 as a receiver for the Ravens was Anquan Boldin, who was the team's leading receiver during a Super Bowl run. If the Ravens get anything close to that out of a speedy downfield threat in Walker, DeCosta will look like a genius for pilfering him that late.

The rookie class is mostly signed and their numbers are already picked out. Baltimore is wasting no time integrating these youngsters into their roster, showing how overjoyed they are to bring them into their push for yet another championship appearance in 2024.