We’re halfway through the Ravens’ preseason, and one of my favorite things to watch in the preseason is how the rookies perform. Whether it’s the team’s top draft pick, or the random undrafted free agent from a D3 school of 1,500 students, rookies always intrigue me.
In this post, I’ll take a look at how certain rookies have performed, and then rank the first-year players based on their performance. These rankings will combine both preseason game performances and the reports we’ve gotten from training camp and the coaching staff.
Before ranking the rookies, let’s look at how three particular guys have performed.
scamper showed he can run the ball well in open space. I still don’t have faith in Taylor as the team’s backup to Joe Flacco, but I think he could be utilized this season with the Suggs Package.