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Unconfirmed Undrafted Rookies


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It's been a fun morning trying to learn about all these players.




Already, there have been at least a dozen rookie free agents who have reportedly signed deals with the Ravens. That, of course, is impossible, given the team doesn’t have that many roster spots available after adding an 11-man draft class.

Below is a preliminary look at several unofficial members of their undrafted free agent class, along with the names of players who are scheduled to be at the minicamp on a tryout basis. Again, none of these deals are official and the Ravens likely won’t announce their signings until later this week.

The names below have either been confirmed with agents, announced by college athletic programs or reported elsewhere..Jarell Broxton, OG, Baylor: A Gaithersburg resident, the 6-foot-5, 325-pound guard was a two-year starter for the Bears after transferring from junior college. He was an all Big-12 first-team selection and helped the Bears to the nation’s No. 2-ranked rushing offense. He got a $10,000 signing bonus....http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/sports/ravens/bal-victor-ochi-jarell-broxton-could-head-ravens-undrafted-rookie-class-20160501-story.html


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Victor Ochi, OLB, Stony Brook: He is Stony Brook’s all-time leader with 33 ½ sacks and hoped to be the first football player from the school to be drafted. The 6-foot-1, 246 pound outside linebacker was the CAA Co-Defensive Player of the Year after leading the FCS with 13 sacks. He is an athletic, physical player who plays with an edge.

Mario Ojemudia, DE/OLB, Michigan: Ojemudia will join former Wolverines teammate and Ravens fourth-round pick Willie Henry in going from Jim Harbaugh to John Harbaugh. He started just seven games in college and had a season-ending Achilles’ injury last October against Maryland. He had 19 tackles and two sacks in five games. Some evaluators believe he’s a better fit at inside linebacker in the NFL.

Michael Pierce, DT, Samford: The Tulane transfer started 11 games in his senior season and finished with 35 tackles, including five for loss, and one sack. He started 22 games over his final two seasons at Samford. He is 6-foot, 309 pounds and squatted a school-record 725 pounds.

Is there a Bart Scott in there? :gorave:

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Thanks. I don't know what they will get out of this lot, but even 1 player would be huge because to make a team roster as an undrafted player requires a ton of guts, determination and good football skills.

It's extra hard when the team drafted 11 players.

But...there is a lot of dead wood that needs to be cleaned out of this shed.

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