A breakdown of the Baltimore Ravens' 2017 draft class and its progress after two weeks of training camp:
Marlon Humphrey, CB, first round (No. 16 overall): He has never looked like a rookie in training camp because of his poise and confidence. Humphrey missed nearly a week of camp with an undisclosed injury, but he's back with heightened expectations. "Marlon is making a run for a starting job, and he is in that mix," coach John Harbaugh said Saturday. Humphrey is competing with Brandon Carr for a starting spot, and either Humphrey or Carr could end up at nickelback.
Tyus Bowser, LB, second round (No. 47): He was all over the field in the preseason opener, showing his incredible athletic ability. Bowser delivered a quarterback hit that led to an interception, dropped back in coverage and recorded three tackles (second-most on the team). He might not start as a rookie (Terrell Suggs and Matt Judon are the first-team outside linebackers), but he will see significant time as a top backup.
Chris Wormley, DE, third round (No. 74): He hasn't really stood out in camp or the preseason opener. Wormley is currently running third on the depth chart at defensive end and defensive tackle.
Tim Williams, LB, third round (No. 78): He was the Ravens' best pass-rusher early in training camp, using his quickness to get around every one of Baltimore's offensive tackles. Williams hasn't made those attention-grabbing moments recently, and he looked tentative in the preseason opener. The Ravens will use him as a situational pass-rusher, especially if he can be a valuable contributor on special teams.
Nico Siragusa, OL, fourth round (No. 122): His season ended on Aug. 1 when he tore three knee ligaments after getting caught in a pile during a full-team drill. Siragusa had been expected to make the 53-man roster as a backup at guard and center.
Jermaine Eluemunor, OL, fifth round (No. 159): Injuries along the offensive line pushed Eluemunor into the starting right guard spot for the preseason opener. He currently projects as one of the top backups to first-team guards Marshal Yanda and James Hurst.
Chuck Clark, S, sixth round (No. 186): His best shot at making the Ravens is to stand out on special teams. Clark has taken a back seat with the impressive play of such undrafted rookies as wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo, defensive lineman Patrick Ricard and cornerback Jaylen Hill.