Ranking all 2024 NFL Draft prospects Ravens have visited with so far

The Ravens are doing their homework on some big names
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The Baltimore Ravens are turning over every stone in their pursuit of extra depth in the 2024 NFL Draft, be it with the No. 30 overall pick or another mid-round selection that could help GM Eric DeCosta once again find a gem with his less important draft capital.

The Ravens will likely continue to bring more of their top players into the building for visits as the draft comes closer, but DeCosta has already done a good job of casting a wide net for possible. 11 different prospects have already visited with the Ravens, many of whom are projected to be selected in the first three rounds.

Baltimore could end up picking one of these 11 players by the end of the 2024 NFL Draft, as they have done their homework on these potential future stars. The names include a star defensive end, a local stud on the offensive line, and a cornerback with an unusual path to the NFL Draft.

Ranking all 2024 NFL Draft prospects the Baltimore Ravens have visited with

Tier 4: Late-Round Picks

11. Travis Glover, OT, Georgia State
10. Qwan'tez Stiggers, CB, Toronto Argonauts
9. Rasheen Ali, RB, Marshall

Glover is a five-year starter with experience at both tackle positions, but he surrendered 24 pressures in pass protection during the last few years. Ali lacks amazing speed, but his two healthy seasons (2021 and 2023) produced 38 rushing touchdowns as he led the Thundering Herd offense.

Stiggers's path to the NFL is very unusual. He went from Lane College to Fan-Controlled Football to the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. After five interceptions, Stiggers proved to be a solid turnover-creator.

Tier 3: Early Day 3 Choices

8. Trey Taylor, SAF, Air Force
7. Khristian Boyd, DT, Northern Iowa
6. Delmar Glaze, OG, Maryland

Not only is Taylor Ed Reed's cousin, but he won the Jim Thorpe Award as the country's best defensive back last year despite the fact he was playing at a service academy. Taylor could be a welcome addition to Baltimore's secondary.

Boyd was a Combine snub who should still get drafted high after dominating the East-West Shrine Bowl and putting up 38 reps on the bench press at his Pro Day. Glaze is a local product with both tackle and guard experience that could be a valuable Patrick Mekari-type switchblade.

Tier 2: Day 2 Studs

5. Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State
4. Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

The presence of Mark Andrews and Isaiah Likely in a quality tight end room makes Johnson an unlikely selection for the Ravens, but he might be the best athlete at the position in the entire class, which will get Baltimore interested.

Corley may never be as good as Deebo Samuel, but the similarities in their style of play could make the former Hilltoppers stud too enticing to pass up. Corley could be a target for Baltimore at No. 62 overall, provided he doesn't get snatched up by a receiver-needy team.

Tier 1: In Play at No. 30 overall

3. Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas
2. Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State
1. Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington

Worthy's 4.21 speed will make him a solid pro prospect no matter what else happens, and Lamar Jackson will get some use out of his verticality. Robinson has blinding speed for an edge rusher, and his deep toolbox of pass rush moves makes him a fairly high-floor prospect.

If Fautanu is available at No. 30 overall, DeCosta will be doing cartwheels down Russell Street. The aggressive, versatile Fautanu is such a quality prospect that the Ravens need to at least consider trading up to secure his services.