In honor of Wednesday's national signing day, when high school recruits begin to sign their letters of intent, let's take a look at how many of the Baltimore Ravens were graded by Rivals.com when they committed to their colleges. Click on the player's name to see what he looked like in high school.
Joe Flacco (Class of 2003): Three stars. Rated 39th among pro-style quarterbacks. In comparison, JaMarcus Russell (No. 6), Brady Quinn (No. 10), Matt Flynn (No. 16) and Matt Ryan (No. 25) all ranked higher. Flacco signed with Pittsburgh.
Justin Forsett (2003). Two stars. Not rated in a running back class that had Adrian Peterson and Marshawn Lynch ranked as the top two. Forsett committed in April to Cal after Notre Dame didn't offer him a scholarship.
Eugene Monroe (2005): Five stars. Rated as the third-best prospect regardless of position. The top player in this class was Derrick Williams, a linebacker who became third-round pick of Lions. Monroe was the top offensive tackle, six spots ahead of Michael Oher. He signed with Virginia.
Kelechi Osemele (2007): Three stars. Not rated as an offensive tackle in the same class as Monroe. Osemele signed with Iowa State.
Marshal Yanda (2005): Three stars. Attended North Iowa Area Community College for two years before going to Iowa.
Jeremy Zuttah (2004): Three stars. Rated as the 34th-best guard in the nation. Zuttah signed with Rutgers.
Haloti Ngata (2002): Five stars. Rated as the top defensive tackle and No. 2 among all players nationally. The top player was quarterback Vince Young. Ngata signed with Oregon.
Timmy Jernigan (2011): Four stars. Rated No. 2 among all defensive tackles. The top defensive tackle was was Anthony Johnson, who went undrafted out of LSU to the Miami Dolphins. Jernigan signed with Florida State.
C.J. Mosley (2011): Four stars. Rated as the No. 6 outside linebacker and No. 56 overall. Mosley signed with Alabama.
Elvis Dumervil (2002): Three stars. Not rated among defensive ends. Dumervil signed with Louisville.
Courtney Upshaw (2008): Four stars. Rated 12th among outside linebackers and 131st in the nation. Upshaw signed with Alabama.
Arthur Brown (2008): Five stars. Rated No. 2 among outside linebackers and No. 23 overall. Brown signed with Miami (Fla.).
Jimmy Smith (2006): Three stars. Rated No. 57 among athletes. Smith signed with Colorado.
Darian Stewart (2006): Three stars. Rated No. 35 among safeties. Stewart signed with South Carolina.
Matt Elam (2010): Five stars. Rated the No. 2 safety in his class and No. 25 nationally. The top safety was Keenan Allen, who is now a starting wide receiver for the Chargers. Elam signed with Florida.
Will Hill (2008): Five stars. Rated as the No. 1 athlete and No. 10 nationally. The No. 1 athlete that year was Terrelle Pryor, who want on to start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders. Hill signed with Florida.
Terrence Brooks (2010): Three stars. Rated as the No. 45 cornerback. Brooks signed with Florida State.