Early Baltimore Ravens 53-man roster predictions after 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens' roster is looking as deep as ever after the draft,
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Offensive Tackle (5): Ronnie Stanley, Roger Rosengarten, Patrick Mekari, Josh Jones, Daniel Faalele

With Stanley on his last legs in 2024, the Ravens decided to use a top pick on a potential right tackle of the future in Rosengarten to lock down one side of their line. Mekari is still his usual, versatile self, while Jones and Faalele will try to earn Harbaugh's trust as a high-end backup tackle.

Interior Offensive Line (4): Andrew Vorhees, Tyler Linderbaum, Ben Cleveland, Nick Samac

Vorhees and Cleveland are projected to start at guard to replace John Simpson and Kevin Zeitler. Linderbaum is the starting center after a Pro Bowl season, while seventh-round pick Samac will back him up, Mekari could move inside if needed, but the Ravens could stand to add to this area.

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Justin Madubuike will be a dominant player on the Baltimore Ravens' 53-man roster

Defensive Line (5): Justin Madubuike, Michael Pierce, Brent Urban, Travis Jones, Broderick Washington

Madubuike will be expected to carry a somewhat iffy until after signing a contract worth just under $100 million over four years. Pierce and Urban can still stuff the run, but Jones could be the X-factor if the former UConn star ends up finally reaching the potential Baltimore thinks he has.

Edge Rusher (5): Odafe Oweh, Kyle Van Noy, Adisa Isaac, David Ojabo, Tavius Robinson

Oweh, who just had his fifth-year option picked up, will start alongside Van Noy. Isaac has enough speed to become a solid situational pass rusher as a rookie. Ojabo has talent, but he will need to prove he can stay healthy enough to fend off a challenge from a player like Robinson.