Ranking Ravens 2024 UDFAs: Most likely to make 53-man roster

The Ravens could find a hidden gem.
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The Baltimore Ravens wasted no time hopping on the undrafted free agent train after the well-received 2024 NFL Draft, as they managed to sign more than a dozen quality athletes who may not have shown enough to convince a pro team out there to take a chance on their raw athletic ability.

Not only are there bunches of UDFAs who end up making the final 53-man roster and becoming reliable pros, but the Ravens have been a particularly fertile ground for those players in the past. Justin Tucker, Priest Holmes, and Bart Scott went from being undrafted to becoming stars, and the Ravens could set the stage for yet another launch to stardom.

The Ravens will likely keep one or two members of their undrafted class close by, as Baltimore has historically done a great job of trawling the UDFA market looking for diamonds in the rough. Any one of these four players could end up turning into a player who makes the final roster.

5 UDFAs who could make Baltimore Ravens' roster

5. Darrian Dalcourt, OG, Alabama

Dalcourt spent five years at Alabama, holding down a full-time starting job how two years before splitting time at right guard during his final season. While Alabama's pedigree as an offensive line producer will get teams interested, his poor testing numbers as an athlete made him much less attractive.

His versatility could make him as attractive to the Ravens as seventh-rounder Nick Samac, who is likely slotted in as the backup center behind Tyler Linderbaum. The bones of a solid lineman are there, and the Ravens could benefit if they stash him on the back end of the roster as a rookie.

UDFA LB Yvandy Rigby could make the Baltimore Ravens

4. Yvandy Rigby, LB, Temple

A three-year contributor with the Owls, Rigby was often overshadowed by teammate amd new Washington Commanders fifth-round pick Jordan Magee. Looking at his numbers and tape shows that he is more than worth a chance as an NFL backup and potential special teas dynamo.

Rigby finished his final three seasons with 190 tackles and four sacks, showcasing solid speed and hitting ability. With the linebacker situation outside of Roquan Smith both messy and far from being settled, Rigby might be fast enough to beat out a fringe veteran player and stick as a backup.