At USC, Vorhees was the highest-graded offensive lineman in the Pac-12 for the past two seasons. He was a big part of USC quarterback Caleb Williams’ Heisman Trophy run. His stellar play earned him an All-America distinction and multiple Pac-12 honors.
Vorhees won the 2022 Morris Trophy, given to the most outstanding offensive and defensive linemen in the Pac-12, voted on by the players. He started 48 games for the Trojans during his career and was named First-Team All-America by the Associated Press and Pro Football Focus.
Vorhees suffered a torn ACL during his NFL combine workout in February and is expected to miss the 2023 season. However, the Ravens expect him to make a full recovery and are intrigued by his potential when he returns to action in 2024.
“We are getting a tough and physical competitor,” Ravens GM Eric DeCosta said in a team statement. “[He’s] polished and experienced, [and] we have every expectation that he will be playing winning football for us in 2024. This is a move that really solidified our line for the coming years.”
Vorhees is a perfect fit for the Ravens with his versatility and experience at each position on the offensive line. He’s a true asset in the run game and will help Lamar Jackson and the Ravens improve their pass protection.
Vorhees is a well-anchored pass protector who will eat up power rushes with good core strength and successfully drop to provide depth to the pocket for his quarterback.
Size (NFL Combine):
Height: 6′ 6”
Weight: 310 lbs
Arm Length: 32 1/8”
Hand Size: 10”
Athletic Testing (NFL Combine):
40-yard Dash: TBD
Vertical Jump: 29”
Broad Jump: 8′ 9”
Bench Reps: 38 reps
Ideal Role: Starting left guard