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Quincy Adeboyejo, WR, Mississippi: The 6-foot-3, 195-pound wide receiver had 106 career receptions and 11 touchdowns for the Rebels. He scored seven touchdowns as a junior in 2015. (Mississippi football program)

Kenny Allen, P, Michigan: He was the All-Big Ten second-team punter and earned honorable mention as a kicker after the 2016 season. He averaged 43.3 yards per punt and made 19 of 23 field-goal attempts. (Allen’s Twitter feed)

C.J. Board, WR-KR, Tennessee Chattanooga: A 6-2, 180-pound wide receiver, he made 47 career starts and had 146 catches for 2,032 yards and 10 touchdowns. He’s sixth in school history in receptions. (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Bam Bradley, LB, Pittsburgh: He had 29 tackles, 5½ tackles for loss and one sack while playing in 11 games (two starts) for the Panthers in 2016. (Bradley’s Twitter feed)

 

 

 

Omarius Bryant, DE, Western Kentucky: The 6-3, 310-pound interior defensive lineman had 4½ sacks and 13 tackles for loss in two seasons with the Hilltoppers. (Western Kentucky football program)

Daniel Henry, S, New Mexico: In his second season as a starter, the San Diego native had 65 tackles, had six passes defended and forced two fumbles. (Henry’s Twitter feed)

Brandon Kublanow, OL, Georgia: He has experience playing center and guard, and he started the final 39 games of his college career. (Athens Banner-Herald)

Taquan Mizzell, RB, Virginia: At 5-10 and 185 pounds, the highly -productive college player profiles as a third-down back. He had 2,068 rushing yards, 1,560 receiving yards and 19 total touchdowns over four seasons for the Cavaliers. He also returned kicks. (Virginia football program)

Ricky Ortiz, FB-TE, Oregon State: Ortiz was a jack-of-all-trades for the Beavers, playing fullback, tight end, H-back and even some linebacker. He’ll probably get his shot at fullback for the Ravens. (Oregon State TE coach Brian Wozniak’s Twitter feed)

Tim Patrick, WR, Utah: Injuries hindered the 6-5, 210-pound receiver throughout his college career. However, he has a lot of ability and physical tools. He had 45 catches for 711 yards and five touchdowns in 2017. (SB Nation)

 

 

 

Tim Patrick, WR, Utah: Injuries hindered the 6-5, 210-pound receiver throughout his college career. However, he has a lot of ability and physical tools. He had 45 catches for 711 yards and five touchdowns in 2017. (SB Nation)

Donald Payne, S-ILB, Stetson: A three-time Pioneer League Defensive Player of the Year, Payne had 538 tackles, 14 sacks and nine interceptions in his college career. (The Daytona Beach News-Journal)

Bobby Puyol, K, Connecticut: A Florida native, Puyol made 13 of 18 field-goal attempts and all 19 of his extra-point tries for the Huskies in 2016. (Connecticut Athletic Dept.)

Pat Ricard, DL, Maine: The 6-3, 285-pound defensive lineman had 12½ sacks in his final two seasons at Maine and 18 in his four-year college career. (Maine football Program)

Maurquice Shakir, OL, Middle Tennessee State: The 6-4, 308-pound tackle was an All-Conference USA honorable mention selection after the 2016 season. (MTS coach Rich Stockstill’s Twitter feed).

Zach Terrell, QB, Western Michigan: He threw for 3,533 yards and 33 touchdowns last season , leading the Broncos to a Mid-American Conference championship. His backup at Western Michigan was Tom Flacco, the brother of the Ravens starter. (agent Michael Perrett)

Tim White, WR-KR, Arizona State: The speedy wideout had 113 career catches for 1,346 yards and 10 touchdowns in two seasons for the Sun Devils. At 5-11, 185 pounds, he’s dangerous in the slot. He’s also a track athlete. (Arizona Republic)

Andrew Wylie, OL, Eastern Michigan: The 6-6, 311-pound lineman was a three-year starter for the Eagles. (Eastern Michigan Athletic Dept.)

 

 

From the Sun..........http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/ravens-insider/bal-a-preliminary-look-at-the-ravens-undrafted-free-agent-class-20170430-story.html

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I am looking forward to seeing how Tim White does, a true return man as I said in the links forum.

 

Will Bam Bradley or Donald Payne be the next Bart Scott?

 

They have a great opportunity. The Ravens are hurting at that position.

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