When Lardarius Webb is healthy, he has proven to be a ball-hawk, as he's intercepted 11 passes in his career. If he can stay healthy in 2015, Webb just might be able to show off those skills and lead the team in interceptions.
In 2011, Kyle Arrington led the New England Patriots in interceptions with seven. While he might not hit those lofty goals in 2015, he'll be playing in his natural position and he should have a good chance to be the Ravens leader in interceptions.
Hill was the Ravens best safety last year and he's one of the best safeties in the NFL. He's had two pick-sixes in his career. He's got a good shot to lead the team in interceptions with his ball skills and he should play in all 16 games.
Mosley was tied with Haloti Ngata for most interceptions on the team with two. He could end up doing that again if the defensive backs can't get their hands on the ball.