Baltimore Ravens: 5 Players on the Roster Bubble

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Jan 1, 2015; New Orleans, LA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Nick Perry (27) against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2015 Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Perry

Perry is the lone rookie on the list, and has been impressive ever since the Ravens brought him aboard as an undrafted free agent. Pro Football Focus graded him as the third-best player in pass defense in the preseason opener, and he has made plays in both practices and the following games as well.

Perry figures to play the majority of the final preseason game and has a chance to cement himself on the roster with a strong showing. Brynden Trawick has been awful this preseason which opened the door for Perry to shine. Perry should have the inside edge on the job because he brings more upside than Trawick or Anthony Levine.

The former Alabama standout was the next man up for the Crimson Tide after both Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Mark Barron were each selected in the first round, but some how was passed up by all 32 teams in this year’s draft. Ozzie Newsome has a track record of bringing in players from Nick Saban’s program, and the rookie could be the next hidden gem to go undrafted.

Which of these five guys make the cut? Stay with us at The Baltimore Wire for all the updates as the Ravens inch closer to naming their final 53-man roster.

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