Updated Baltimore Ravens depth chart after 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens have some new faces in town.
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The Baltimore Ravens wrapped up the 2024 NFL Draft, and Eric DeCosta seems to have nailed it again. The Ravens used Top 100 picks on Clemson CB Nate Wiggins, Washington RT Roger Rosengarten, and Penn State EDGE Adisa Isaac. As Day 3 rolled around, the Ravens continued adding more steals in the middle rounds.

The Ravens may have had the best fourth round of any team in the league, taking North Carolina WR Devontez Walker and Iowa State cornerback T.J. Tampa. After drafting more offensive depth in Marshall RB Rasheen Ali and Kentucky QB Devin Leary, Baltimore finished the draft with a center and safety in Michigan State's Nick Samac and Purdue's Sanoussi Kane, respectively.

The Ravens' depth chart will go through some serious changes as a result of yet another solid haul of young players from Eric DeCosta's scouting brain.

Updated Baltimore Ravens depth chart after 2024 NFL Draft

Quarterback (4): Lamar Jackson, Josh Johnson, Devin Leary, Malik Cunningham

Running back (5): Derrick Henry, Justice Hill, Rasheen Ali, Keaton Mitchell, Owen Wright

Wide Receiver (7): Zay Flowers, Rashod Bateman, Nelson Agholor, Devontez Walker, Deonte Harty, Tylan Wallace, Sean Ryan

Tight End (4): Mark Andrews, Isaiah Likely, Charlie Kolar, Scotty Washington

Offensive Tackle (6): Ronnie Stanley, Roger Rosengarten, Daniel Faalele, Josh Jones, Patrick Mekari, TyKeem Doss

Offensive Guard (4): Andrew Vorhees, Ben Cleveland, Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Tashawn Manning

Center (2): Tyler Linderbaum, Nick Samac

Defensive Line (7): Justin Madubuike, Michael Pierce, Brent Urban, Travis Jones, Broderick Washington, Bravvion Roy, Rayshad Nichols

Edge Rusher (6): Odafe Oweh, Kyle Van Noy, Adisa Isaac, David Ojabo, Tavius Robinson, Malik Hamm

Linebacker (5): Roquan Smith, Trenton Simpson, Malik Harrison, Chris Board, Josh Ross

Cornerback (11): Marlon Humphrey, Nate Wiggins, Arthur Maulet, Brandon Stephens, T.J. Tampa, Damarion Williams, Jalyn Armour-Davis, Ka'dar Hollman, Trayvon Mullen, Christian Matthew

Safety (4): Kyle Hamilton, Marcus Williams, Ar'Darius Washington, Sanoussi Kane

The Ravens could have Wiggins take over for Stephens on the outside, but a more unusual approach could involve kicking their new No. 2 inside to the slot and keeping Stephens as a starter. Training camp will tell them which idea is better.

Rosengarten should be considered the favorite to start at right tackle over Faalele, while Isaac will likely spend his rookie season in a situational pass-rush role behind Oweh and Van Noy before eventually growing into a starter.

Walker will compete with Bateman for snaps outside, as his style of play is that of a boundary receiver instead of a slot ace. By the end of the year, he may be WR3. Tampa is likely going to be limited to the boundary, but he could be a full-time starter by Year 2.

Ali is a backup, and the Ravens will likely take a committee approach behind Henry. John Harbaugh has already said Josh Johnson is still the No. 2 quarterback, making Leary the No. 3 option. Samac will back up Linderbaum, while Kane will fight for special teams snaps.