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From the Ravens website...

 

Here’s a quick look at each:

 

C/G Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse

Bartholomew is on the short side at 6-foot-1, but he’s very athletic. He had the fastest 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine (4.97 seconds) among offensive linemen. Bartholomew is a weight-room warrior and has high character. He was a voted team captain during his senior year.

 

RB Damien Berry, Miami

The Ravens have a history of finding successful Hurricanes. Berry became Miami’s leading rusher as a senior, and responded with 190 attempts for 899 yards and five touchdowns. The 6-footer has potential to be a special teams standout, says The Sun.

 

G Justin Boren, Ohio State

Unlike Bartholomew, Boren has ideal size for his position. The 6-foot-3, 320-pounder envelops defensive linemen. He was the first player since World War II to transfer from Michigan to Ohio State, where his tough, physical demeanor earned him a spot on the first-team All-Big 10.

 

RB Walter Sanders, St. Augustine

The 5-foot-9 back has been tutored by Ravens running back Ray Rice. He’s similarly small in stature but strong and explosive. The local Mervo High School product led the CIAA with 1,377 yards and 15 touchdowns, earning him league offensive player of the year honors.

 

WR La’Quan Williams, Maryland

Williams trained with Ravens rookie wideout Torrey Smith during the lockout. While he hasn’t made much of an impact as a receiver (six catches, 101 yards, two touchdowns last year), he was a special teams captain who blocked two punts.

 

The Sun is also linking the Ravens to C Tim Barnes (Missouri), WR Rob Bradley (Hawaii), ILB Josh Bynes (Auburn), DT Bryan Hall (Arkansas State), NT Terron Sanders (Florida), SS Mana Silva (Hawaii), DE Chris Walker (Tennessee).

http://blogs.baltimoreravens.com/2011/07/26/reports-ravens-have-confirmed-ufas/

 

90 man roster!

This is just the beginning.

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Rookie pool dosent count against the cap?? or does it?

 

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Yea...it counts.

Signing Ngata is critical to getting the CAP space to be a player in the market.

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Update:

 

The Ravens officially signed 18 undrafted rookies Wednesday:

 

Tim Barnes, C (Missouri)

Ryan Bartholomew, C (Syracuse)

Damien Berry, RB (Miami)

Justin Boren, G (Ohio State)

Rod Bradley, WR (Hawaii)

Josh Bynes, LB (Auburn)

Eugene Clifford, DB (Tennessee State)

Bryan Hall, DT (Arkansas State)

Talmadge Jackson, DB (Oregon)

Anthony Leon, LB (Arkansas)

Johdrick Morris, TE (Southern Mississippi)

Michael Ricks, DB (Stillman)

Walter Sanders, RB (St. Augustine’s and Mervo)

Patrick Scales, LS (Utah State)

Josh Victorian, DB (Louisiana Tech)

Chavis Williams, LB (Alabama)

LaQuan Williams, WR (Maryland and Poly)

Nate Williams, DB (Washington).

http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/blog/2011/07/ravens_sign_18_undrafted_rookies.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sports_football_ravens+%28Ravens+Insider%29

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