Poll: Which Ravens player is underrated?

June, 28, 2014
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We've been counting down the top 20 players on the Baltimore Ravens team in 2014. Of the five players revealed, which one deserves to be rated higher?
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    Which player deserves to be higher on this year's Ravens rankings?

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      11%
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      6%
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      23%
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      17%
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      43%

    Discuss (Total votes: 1,375)

    At No. 20, inside linebacker C.J. Mosley is among the top candidates for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. The first-round pick is expected to be an every-down linebacker this season.
  • At No. 19, tight end Owen Daniels has the most familiarity with Gary Kubiak's system. When he's healthy, Daniels is usually good for at least 50 catches.
  • At No. 18, wide receiver Marlon Brown is trying to build on last season, when he was the team's top offensive rookie. He caught 49 passes and seven touchdowns after going undrafted last season.
  • At No. 17, safety Matt Elam should make more plays after moving to strong safety, which is his more natural position. He is also embracing more of a leadership role in his second season.
  • At No. 16, left guard Kelechi Osemele has been among the most impressive players at this year's offseason workouts after missing half of the season with a back injury last year. Osemele could form a dominant left side of the line with tackle Eugene Monroe.

Record your vote in the poll and tell me why you chose that player by dropping me a line in my mailbag. It could be used in a future blog.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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