Baltimore Ravens Roster Ranking: No. 76 safety Jaquan Amos

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The summer grind is here, and we are counting the days until kick-off. As we do this, we are also counting down the Baltimore Ravens roster to find the most valuable players. This will focus on the 2023 season only and who can impact the roster most.

We are down to number 76 on our ranking, safety Jaquan Amos.

Baltimore Ravens Roster Ranking: No. 76 safety Jaquan Amos

Jaquan Amos is a rookie UDFA from Ball State. He started his career at Villanova and spent his first three seasons with the Wildcats. He sat out 2020 due to the pandemic and then moved to Iowa State to improve his draft stock in 2021. He could not get on the field much, so he went to Ball State and started.

Amos played almost the entirety of his career as a box safety or a slot cornerback. He finished with 523 box snaps, 684 snaps in the slot, and 311 as an outside cornerback compared to just 113 as a deep field safety.

He also played three phases on special teams, which will help his chances of getting a job. Beyond that, the Baltimore Ravens safety room is not the deepest. Brandon Stephens and Geno Stone are solid backups to Marcus Williams and Kyle Hamilton. However, from there, you could make the case that Jaquan Amos would be fifth.

Ar'Darius Washington is a slot corner who can play safety, but he is more of the third-string free safety, while Amos is the third-string strong safety. So, he is not far off of the roster, and one injury or even special teams play could get him on as the number-five guy.

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However, Amos is a sixth-year player who is older and not overly athletic. He struggled to get on the field at Iowa State and is a UDFA for a reason. There are enough reasons to push Amos into the top 80, as he has an outside shot of landing on the roster. However, it is an outside shot for a reason, and he still is not even a sure thing for the practice squad.