Ravens' Rookie Class
Nearly midway through the NFL season, here's a look at how the Ravens' rookies have fared:
Round / Player / Position / Size / College / Skinny
1st round / Matt Elam / Safety / 5-10, 210 / Florida / Impactful plays haven't developed for defensive back since becoming starting free safety.
2nd round / Arthur Brown / Linebacker / 6-0 235 / Kansas State / Despite obvious talent, hasn't forged a full-time defensive role as undersized defender adjusts to NFL level.
3rd round / Brandon Williams / Defensive tackle / 6-1, 335 / Missouri Southern / Massive small-school product starting to catch on, recording a sack and forced fumble.
4th round / John Simon / Outside linebacker / 6-1, 257 / Ohio State / Gritty special-teams contributor earns his keep strictly on kick coverage.
4th round / Kyle Juszczyk / Fullback / 6-1, 245 / Harvard / Projected hybrid role hasn't developed for versatile former Ivy League star.
5th round / Rick Wagner / Offensive tackle / 6-6, 308 / Wisconsin / Now the top backup at left tackle and right tackle, Wagner has had his moments in spot duty in extra lineman schemes.
6th round / Kapron Lewis-Moore / Defensive end / 6-4, 310 / Notre Dame / Still recovering from torn anterior cruciate ligament in BCS national title game, on reserve non-football injury list and is essentially redshirting this year.
6th round / Ryan Jensen / Center / 6-4 320 / Colorado State-Pueblo / Has yet to see his first game action since recovering from foot surgery, but coaches like his potential as developmental prospect.
7th round / Aaron Mellette / Wide receiver / 6-2, 217 / Elon / Underwent knee surgery and placed on injured reserve after encouraging preseason performance.
7th round / Marc Anthony / Cornerback / 5-11, 196 / Cal / Cut by the Ravens, Anthony is now on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' practice squad.
Undrafted / Marlon Brown / Wide receiver / 6-5, 205 / Georgia / Imposing size-speed target has outshined drafted receivers to catch 21 passes for 243 yards, leading Ravens with three touchdown catches.