Jeremy Butler, wide receiver
Butler has a tough road ahead to make Baltimore's roster. The Ravens already have four wide receivers that are essentially locks to make the team — Torrey Smith, Steve Smith, Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown. They also have third-year player Deonte Thompson, who caught 10 passes in seven games last season and is arguably the fastest player on the team, as well as receivers they have drafted each of the last two years — Michael Campanaro and Aaron Mellette. They also recently brought back LaQuan Williams, a good special teams player who played in 23 games for Baltimore from 2011-12.
But Butler is making an impression through the early part of the offseason.
He will likely have to show he can contribute on special teams during the summer to make the team, but he has stood out at times with his play at receiver during rookie minicamp and during the two OTAs.
He has good size at 6-foot-2, 224 pounds, had a 36-inch vertical jump at his Pro Day and had 90 catches for 1,203 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior at Tennesee-Martin last year.