The Baltimore Ravens have a knack for bringing in un-drafted free
agent linebackers and turning them into stars. He has done so with Bart Scott,
Jamil McClain, Zachary Orr, and Patrick Onwauser.
The Ravens are now asking themselves questions about whether
UDFA linebacker Josh Ross, who last season played with
Michigan Wolverines under Ravens defensive coordinator Mike McDonald.
According to Pro Football Focus, so far, all signs point to yes,
with Ross receiving the highest grade among all defensive players,
the highest of the 'elite' overall grades for playing a minimum of 20% snaps this season.
The reason is Ross' coverage has been graded. It should come as no surprise
that MacDonald said the area in which he had improved the most.