10 takeaways from the 2024 NFL Combine

– Georgia linebacker Kamari Lassiter ESPN's Mel Kiper He mocked the Ravens for 30th, and had the Combine's best time (6.62) in the three-cone drill. Lassiter looked smooth and his physicality showed on tape of the match. Lassiter did not allow a touchdown as the closer of a defender last season and is a player Ravens offensive coordinator Todd Monken knows well from his days at Georgia. Lassiter checks a lot of boxes that could make him a perfect fit for Baltimore.

– Iowa State's TJ Tampa is another cornerback who could be on Baltimore's wish list. He did not practice at the Combine while still recovering from a hamstring injury. However, Tampa plans to work out at its pro day in March. It's important to remember that the pro days and team visits are yet to come, giving prospects who didn't train in Indianapolis another opportunity to pitch.

-Wide receiver Xavier Worthy made a splash for running the fastest 40 in combine history. He had a mic drop moment at the Combine, but drops were a problem for Worthy at Texas. It takes more than speed to make a great wide receiver, but no matter what he does in the NFL, people will remember Worthy's dash. He was also one of the most athletic players in Indianapolis, according to NextGen Stats.

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