5 Sleeper Picks to Make the Baltimore Ravens Roster

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WR Jeremy Butler

Aug 7, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones (12) congratulates wide receiver Jeremy Butler (17) after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Jeremy Butler has easily been one of, if not, the most impressive player at the Baltimore Ravens training camp this summer. Butler went undrafted out of Tennessee-Martin, where he enjoyed a fantastic career. In just two seasons, he snagged 141 receptions for 1,953 yards and 20 touchdowns, which is good for second all-time in school history.

In camp, Butler has displayed reliable hands, securing just about every ball that was thrown in his direction. Flacco said of his minicamp performance, “He might have had like 1,500 yards in a three day minicamp. He was incredible.” Butler has clearly caught the eye of the Ravens’ starting quarterback, so there’s no doubt he has caught the attention of the coaching staff as well.

He was on injured reserve last season due to a shoulder injury, but he was showing signs of the potential that he possessed. Butler is in a very similar position that Kamar Aiken was in last year, so he’ll need to continue to play well in the preseason.

Butler is ahead of the rest of the on-the-bubble receivers, so as long as he avoids injury and continues to be a model of consistency, he should be able to make the team.