The 2014 rookie class is officially in Baltimore.
The Ravens’ draft picks and undrafted free agents arrived Sunday to take physicals, get fitted for equipment and begin meeting their new teammates.
As part of their introduction, they were also issued their jersey numbers.
Here are the numbers for the draft class:
Mosley will wear the number of former Ravens linebacker O.J. Brigance, who is the organization’s senior advisor of player development. Brigance is battling ALS, and his number has not been worn since former linebacker Bart Scott left in 2008 after seven years in Baltimore.
Jernigan will help make up for the departure of Arthur Jones on the defensive line, and he will also wear Jones’ old number. Jones had No. 97 during his four years in Baltimore.
Other notable Ravens with No. 97: NT Kelly Gregg
No. 33 was last worn during training camp last season by safety Christian Thompson.
Other notable Ravens with No. 33: RB Priest Holmes, RB Le-Ron McClain
Gillmore takes the number that veteran Brandon Stokley wore for the Ravens last season. Stokley also wore No. 80 during the first four years of his career after getting drafted by the Ravens.
The No. 96 jersey went unused after defensive lineman Ma’ake Kemoeatu wore it during the Super Bowl XLVII season.
Other notable Ravens to wear No. 96: OLB Adalius Thomas
Several running backs have donned No. 34 over the years, including veteran Ricky Williams in 2010-2011.
This number was worn for eight years by offensive guard Edwin Mulitalo, who won a Super Bowl with the Ravens in 2000.
The No. 10 jersey has been worn by a number of quarterbacks over the years, and was most recently used by former Heisman Trophy Winner Troy Smith.
Other notable Ravens to wear No. 10: QB Marc Bulger, QB Kordell Stewart
Campanaro will be the first receiver in team history to sport the number, which has typically gone to a special teamer.
Other notable Ravens to wear No. 6: K Steven Hauschka