Smith has a strong enough arm to play in this league, but he still holds the ball too long on some plays, or dumps it off too quickly on others. His accuracy, his greatest strength in college, isn't consistent enough, especially when he drops back and tries to throw the ball with timing. (He's more accurate on the move, when he doesn't think too much about things.) His footwork, even after three years, is subpar. He has agility, but he seems almost reluctant to run most of the time because he wants to prove himself as a passer. Cam Cameron seems to be a big believer in Smith, so it's possible that the Ravens will keep him. (They did keep three quarterbacks last year, after all.) But fewer and fewer NFL teams are keeping three quarterbacks these days, and it's going to be a difficult decision for Ozzie Newsome, Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh. Is there a linebacker who could occasionally be active in games and help this team more than Smith being inactive? Is there a cornerback or a defensive lineman? I think there is, but we'll have to wait and see. I'd lean toward Smith making the team.