After serving as the Baltimore Ravens' general manager for 16 years, Ozzie Newsome constructed his final rookie class during the 2018 NFL Draft.
Newsome went out and found his team offensive weapons, a new quarterback and a solid linebacker to name a few.
So with nine games under their belts, how is Newsome's 2018 class doing so far this season? Let's take a look at their performances thus far.
The 25th overall pick missed the first four games of the season after getting surgery on his broken foot during the preseason.
In five games, the tight end has four receptions for 57 yards, averaging 14.3 yards-per-reception and one touchdown coming from fellow first-round pick Lamar Jackson.
For being a first-round pick, Hurst has yet to flash. But with seven games ahead of him, he has plenty of time to impress.
The 32nd overall pick has seen his fair share of the field in 2018, both at quarterback and receiver.
Through nine games, Jackson is 7-for-10 for 87 yards and one touchdown with 28 rushing attempts for 139 yards and one touchdown.
How and when they use the first-round pick has lacked consistency as they try to figure out how to utilize his versatility. With the team sitting at 4-5 and third in the AFC North, Jackson could be seeing a lot more playing time if things go south quickly.
Orlando Brown Jr.
With a banged up offensive line, the rookie has already had a pivotal role within the team.
The offensive tackle has started the last three games, and against the Steelers Sunday was graded as the best offensive lineman (70.1) by Pro Football Focus giving up zero pressures on 45 pass blocking snaps. Brown Jr. also logged season highs in both his pass blocking grade (82.6) and run blocking grade (65.1). The third round pick also has allowed no sacks or quarterback hits this season.
Currently filling in at right tackle for James Hurst, Brown Jr.'s impressive start could shake up the starting job.
Joe Flacco has always had a strong connection with tight ends on the Ravens, and third-round pick Mark Andrews continues to validate that point.
In nine games, Andrews has 21 receptions for 244 yards, averaging 11.6 yards-per-reception and two touchdowns.
The rookies' performance hasn't just been impressive among the Ravens. Andrews is No. 2 among rookie tight ends in the NFL right now with a 71.2 Pro Football Focus grade. Heading into Week 10, he's tied for seventh among all rookies in receiving yards.
The rookie cornerback out of Alabama isn't having the start he probably envision for himself.
Averett was inactive Weeks 3-7 with a hamstring injury, and in the four games he has played has recorded two tackles.
The rookie stepped in for an injured Pro Bowl linebacker C.J. Mosley back in Weeks 2 and 3 and immediately showed he could hang with the veterans.
In his Week 3 start, the linebacker posted a game-high 10 tackles, including one tackle-for-loss. Through nine games, Young has 37 tackles and 2.5 sacks, ranking third among the team and is tied for seventh among NFL rookies.
The fourth-round pick was placed on injured reserve prior to the start of the season after suffering a hamstring injury.
The fifth-round pick has been a gameday inactive since Week 1.
The sixth-round pick was placed on injured reserve with a fractured forearm that he suffered in the Ravens' preseason game against the Miami Dolphins.
The sixth-round pick was also placed on injured reserve prior to the start of the season with a foot injury.
The sixth-round guard out of Alabama has benefited from the Ravens having a banged up O-line. Bozeman earned his first start in Week 7, after Alex Lewis suffered a neck injury vs. the Titans Week 6, and helped the offense record 351 total yards.
Newsome's final draft pick was a gameday inactive Weeks 1 and 2 as well as Weeks 4-8. The defensive tackle out of Ferris State posted one tackle Week 9 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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