John Brantley, QB, Florida
Could be a nice project at the quarterback position. However, with the signing of Curtis Painter it's likely that Brantley will be on the practice squad for the entire season.
Bobby Rainey, RB, Western Kentucky
A talented back who lacks the size to be a durable NFL player. Could evolve into a weapon for the Ravens down the road.
Jamison Berryhill, FB, Texas
With Vonta Leach playing at a Pro Bowl level there is no chance Berryhill makes the squad.
Deonte Thompson, WR, Florida
Thompson (pictured above) turned a ton of heads during the Ravens' minicamps back in June and could make the team over an underacheiver like David Reed.
Dorian Graham, WR, Syracuse
He was moved from safety to receiver in college. Nothing special but his speed might get him a look on special teams.
Devin Goda, WR, Slippery Rock
Goda had an impressive 37' vertical leap at the combine. The receiving corp in Baltimore is pretty stacked but anything could happen in training camp.
Bruce Figgins, TE, Georgia
Had success at fullback in college but he's listed as a tight end with the Ravens. His versatility could come in handy, however, if injuries happen.
Matt Balasavage, TE, Temple
During his four years at Temple, he never had more than two receptions in a season. He'll be gone before you know it.
Alfred McCullough, G, Alabama
Doesn't have ideal size for an offensive lineman. Likely to get cut before the preseason begins.
Jack Cornell, G, Auburn
Another developmental offensive lineman. Practice squad for sure. His size will keep him around.
Antonie McClain, G/T, Clemson
Another warm body for training camp. Don't bother remembering the name. He doesn't have the skills to play at the NFL level.
Addison Lawrence, G/T, Mississippi State
Check out the crazy eye black on this guy! Lawrence isn't NFL caliber yet but maybe the Ravens can whip him into shape.
Paul Madsen, T, Colorado State
Played tackle in college but projects as a guard in the NFL. Could make the final roster considering the lack of depth on the offensive line.
Jordan Mabin, CB, Northwestern
Mabin is a solid corner but I'm not sure he has great upside. He's a nickel/dime back in the NFL at best.
Terrence Moore, DE, Nebraska
This one is puzzling. Moore only had 26 tackles during his college career. We'll see if he can show any promise before the cuts begin.
Ishmaa'ily Kitchen, DT, Kent State
Greatest. Name. Ever. More of a run stopper than anything. Another possible practice squad member.
Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, DT, Baylor
Has the size to be a nose tackle in the Ravens 3-4 defense. Plus he sounds like a character from True Blood.
Nigel Carr, LB, Alabama State
Carr was a big time prospect at Florida State but run-ins with the law caused teams to pass on him. He is extremely athletic and would benefit from a year on the practice squad.
Chyl Quarles, S, Wake Forest
The Ravens lost their safety depth in the offseason so Quarles could stick around. Many draft pundits were surprised he wasn't selected back in April.
Omar Brown, S, Marshall
Brown was a first-team All Conference USA selection after his senior season. Like Quarles, learning from a future Hall of Famer like Ed Reed can only be a good thing.
Justin Tucker, K, Texas
Even without the AFC Championship, Billy Cundiff had a down year in 2011 and his effectiveness took even more of a hit with the new kickoff rules. Tucker was brought in to challenge Cundiff and he could just steal the job.