Ranking all 9 Ravens 2024 draft picks from worst to best

The Ravens' draft still looks strong
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3. OT Roger Rosengarten, 2nd Round

Rosengarten is projected to compete for the starting right tackle job, and it seems like he is the early favorite over names like Daniel Faalele and Josh Jones. With the second-round Rosengarten fresh off two straight seasons of not having allowed a sack in college, he has the tools needed to become a first-rate starter in the pros.

2. CB T.J. Tampa, 4th Round

Tampa making it to the third round of the 2024 NFL Draft was viewed as odd by many, as the 6-2 cornerback's strength, range in coverage, and overall polish made him a fringe Top 50 pick in the eyes of many. Baltimore getting a possible outside cornerback starter late in the fourth round could end up being one of the true steals in this class.

Nate Wiggins could be an excellent pick for the Baltimore Ravens

1. CB Nate Wiggins, 1st Round

Wiggins was one of the best value picks of the first round, as there aren't many 6-2 corners with 4.28 speed and a history of being the best man coverage defensive back in the ACC. Wiggins is so talented he could force one of either Brandon Stephens or Marlon Humphrey to the slot.

Wiggins has been fairly impressive during his first few OTA showings, with coaches noting both his play on the field and his will to learn off the field. In a league where lockdown cornerbacks are more valuable than ever before, Wiggins could be the next great piece in a stacked Ravens defense.