3 under-the-radar Baltimore Ravens to keep an eye on in training camp

- A couple of second-year players, and a new addition to the defense are underdiscussed, but important pieces to the 2023 Ravens roster.
Scott Taetsch-USA TODAY Sports
2 of 3
Chicago Bears, Rock Ya-Sin
Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

2. Is Rock Ya-Sin ready to start for the Baltimore Ravens?

One of the more underrated discussions this offseason will be Rock Ya-Sin starting for the Baltimore Ravens in 2023. The team moved on from Marcus Peters, who is a long-time fan favorite and a great asset on the defense.

It is fair to admit that Peters was injured in 2021, and he was not the same player in 2022. At his age, we may not see that same player again. So, the Ravens moving on makes sense. The question is whether Rock Ya-Sin is the answer.

Ya-Sin has progressed each year and has been starting in the NFL since his rookie season. Still, injuries have held him back over the years, and his play can still be up-and-down. If the Ravens do not get the development from Ya-Sin that they think is necessary, they do have other options.

Kyu Blu Kelly and Jalyn Armour-Davis are both young and should be ascending as the season goes. They will not back off. Beyond that, the team brought Trayvon Mullen back. So, the pressure will not leave Rock Ya-Sin in 2023. Ravens fans should be anxious and excited to see what is about to happen.