Ranking all 9 Ravens 2024 draft picks from worst to best

The Ravens' draft still looks strong
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6. QB Devin Leary, 6th Round

Leary is going to start this season as the team's No. 3 quarterback, but he should end up becoming the long-term backup for Lamar Jackson if he develops in the way Baltimore believes he will. Leary has a very strong arm and some playmaking out of structure, giving him a strong base to work with.

Adisa Isaac was a good value pick for the Baltimore Ravens

5. EDGE Adisa Isaac, 3rd Round

Isaac has a motor that won't quit and more than enough speed to become a devilish weapon that can scream off the edge in pursuit of sacks. Isaac will join the pass rush rotation to start the year, and it will be on him to become enough of a well-rounded player to eventually take playing time away from some of the veterans.

4. WR Devontez Walker, 4th Round

Walker was another sliding player who fell into Baltimore's lap. While he doesn't have the most nuanced route-running skill and his stock took a tumble at the Senior Bowl, the Ravens were rightfully impressed with his speed and playmaking down the field.

Walker will likely begin the season as the No. 4 wide receiver behind Nelson Agholor, Zay Flowers, and Rashod Bateman. Agholor's spot might be in jeopardy, as the Torrey Smith clone could easily become Baltimore's next great Day 3 steal if he and Jackson connect on a few well-timed deep balls.