Yesterday the Baltimore Ravens added five more undrafted free agents. With four undrafted rookies being cut to make room for these additions, the Ravens now have a total of 21 undrafted players looking to make their roster.
That's a lot of competition for a 53-man roster and the odds are definitely stacked up. The best scenario for most of them would be a practice squad position or a backup role.
It doesn't mean these players won't try. With undrafted players like James Harrison and Tony Romo becoming superstars at their positions, there's always the possibility that one of these new Ravens could shock the world and become elite players.
As these players prepare to begin their NFL careers, I'm going to break down what can be expected from them in 2012.