The running back from Oklahoma State showed off his explosiveness at the NFL Combine in February.
Watch the full highlights from the Ravens' preseason Week 3 win over the Eagles, which was shortened by lightning.
Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley scored three touchdowns in the first half, including against the Eagles' starters.
Rookie first-round receiver Marquise Brown hauled in a 7-yard catch on the Ravens' first offensive play.
Head Coach John Harbaugh talks about what has gone into the Ravens' 16-game preseason winning streak.
Quarterback Trace McSorley notches his third touchdown of the fist half with a perfect throw to big-bodied wide receiver Jaleel Scott.
After a first-down reception, tight end Mark Andrews carried Eagles players another dozen yards on a 25-yard gain overall.
Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley scored a 4-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter in Philadelphia.
Rookie wide receiver Miles Boykin came back for a pass, then got physical at the end of the play.
Cornerback Brandon Carr and linebacker Patrick Onwuasor tracked down Eagles quarterback Cody Kessler.
Peter Schrager reveals why he's picking the Ravens as the flashiest team this preseason.
The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses how Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has performed so far in the 2019 preseason.
NFL Network's Brian Baldinger breaks down Ravens rookie running back Justice Hill to examine if he is the team's best back.
Baltimore came away with its 15th straight preseason win Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium.
Outside linebacker Matthew Judon is pleased with what he's seen from the defense so far this preseason.
Undrafted rookie wide receiver Antoine Wesley separates down the sideline for a long gain.
Safety DeShon Elliott comes up to make a physical play and near interception.
Rookie running back Justice Hill pushes his way into the end zone from 1 yard out.
Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley throws a perfect pass to Chris Moore for a 23-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Tight end Nick Boyle has jumped over a lot of defenders, but Packers safety Adrian Amos wasn't fooled this time.
Lamar Jackson's 18-yard run was wiped out by a blindside block penalty on Willie Snead IV.
Lamar Jackson says there aren’t any play calls for him to run.
After Jags quarterback Gardner Minshew II fumbled the snap, unblocked Kenny Young absolutely annihilated him, sending his helmet flying.
Head Coach John Harbaugh talks about the decision on Lamar Jackson’s playing time and the team’s preseason winning streak.
Baltimore opened the preseason with a shutout win over the Jacksonville Jaguars at M&T Bank Stadium.
Wide receiver Jaleel Scott toe-tapped along the sideline for a picture-perfect catch.