Rumor Mill: Ravens Undrafted Free Agents Tracker 2022 – BaltimoreRavens.com

OT Brodarious Hamm, Auburn
Hamm was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in high school and took a break from football, but won his battle with cancer. He was Auburn’s starting right tackle the past two seasons and declared for the draft despite having another year of college eligibility.
Brodarious Hamm, Auburn's starter at right tackle the past two seasons, is joining Zakoby McClain in Baltimore, where Hamm has received a tryout spot in the Ravens' rookie minicamp https://t.co/fxKoGBqDzs pic.twitter.com/Btc49jIxBo
S Chris Moore, Georgia State
2021 stats: 11 games, 70 tackles, 1 interception, 2 passes defensed
The 6-foot, 210-pound Moore earned a reputation as a hard hitter at Georgia State, starting at safety the past two seasons. He played at Virginia for three seasons before transferring and flourished with increased playing time.
Chris Moore (@1moorechris) has agreed to terms with the Baltimore @Ravens! Congrats, Chris! Let’s GOOO! πŸ–€
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WR Slade Bolden, Alabama
2021 stats: 15 games, 42 catches, 408 yards, 3 touchdowns
Bolden was an effective slot receiver for the Crimson Tide and displayed sure hands catching balls in traffic. He will have to prove he can get open consistently against NFL-caliber defenders, after running a 4.66 at the Combine.
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DL Tyler Johnson, Arizona State
2021 stats: 12 games, 36 tackles, 4 sacks, 9.5 tackles for loss
Johnson suffered a serious shoulder injury as a freshman and briefly retired from football. Since returning, he has improved each season and earned a starting role in 2021, resulting in his best year that gained attention from scouts.
Per sources, Arizona State DL Tyler Johnson will be attending mini-camp with the Baltimore Ravens.@Hula_Bowl @DraftDiamonds
WR Makai Polk, Mississippi State
2021 stats: 13 games, 105 catches, 1,046 yards, 9 touchdowns
Polk ran a 4.59 40-yard dash at the Combine and he is a possession receiver more than a deep threat. He had impressive production last season as part of a Mississippi State offense that threw the ball more than any team in the SEC.
The Baltimore Ravens are expected to sign former Mississippi State wide receiver Makai Polk, a source tells @On3sports.

Polk posted 105 catches for Mississippi State last season. https://t.co/yLyGyXMalq
QB Anthony Brown, Oregon
2021 stats: 14 games, 2,989 yards, 19 touchdowns, 7 interceptions
The 6-foot-1 Brown completed 64.1 percent of his passes last season. He’s also a threat with his legs, rushing for 658 yards and nine touchdowns in 2021. He has been compared to Ravens backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, who played against Brown in the Pac-12 and was also undrafted.
Former Oregon QB Anthony Brown is signing with the #Ravens, per source.
WR Trevon Clark, California
2021 stats: 10 games, 33 catches, 658 yards, 4 touchdowns
The 6-foot-4 Clark was Cal’s main deep threat in 2021, averaging 19.94 yards per catch. He was the first Cal player in five years to have two catches of at least 50 yards in the same game. Clark spent two seasons at El Camino Junior College before blossoming into more polished receiver at Cal.
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WR Emeka Emezie, North Carolina State
2021 stats: 12 games, 60 catches, 802 yards, 6 touchdowns
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Emezie wasn’t invited to the NFL Scouting Combine but had an impressive showing at North Carolina State’s Pro Day. Emezie hopes to follow recent North Carolina State wide receivers Jakobi Meyers (Patriots) and Kelvin Harmon (Commanders) onto an NFL roster.
Emeka Emezie to sign with the Baltimore Ravens, per a league source
ILB Diego Fagot, Navy
2021 stats: 12 games, 94 tackles, 1 sack, 11 tackles for loss
Fagot was invited to the East-West Shrine game and the Ravens’ local Pro Day. At 6-foot-3, 240 pounds, Fagot is a solid hitter who projects as an inside linebacker. He was excellent against the run at Navy with 282 career tackles.
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QB Tre Ford, University of Waterloo (Canada)
2021 stats: 7 games, 1,770 yards, 12 touchdowns, 6 interceptions
Ford had a strong showing at the University of Buffalo’s Pro Day after his university football season in Canada. He also participated in the Bills’ local Pro Day on April 8. He’s not a tall quarterback at 5-foot-11, but he’s elusive and has been clocked at 4.45 in the 40-yard dash.
Three @NFL minicamp invitations for @Usport players to report β€” Waterloo QB Tre Ford (Ravens), Waterloo DB Tyrell Ford (Steelers), Western DL Deionte Knight (Commanders). #NFL
ILB Zakoby McClain, Auburn
2021 stats: 12 games, 95 tackles, 2 sacks, 8 tackles for loss
McClain led Auburn in tackles each of the last two seasons. He also played special teams early in his college career, which could be another avenue for McClain to compete for a roster spot. His 100-yard interception return for a touchdown is the longest in Auburn history.
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LB Jeremiah Moon, Florida
2021 stats: 10 games, 49 tackles, 2 sacks, 3.5 tackles for loss
Moon had trouble staying healthy during his college career, but was productive when on the field. He was a medical redshirt in 2016 and spent six years playing at the college level. He’s a sure tackler and run defender who projects as an inside linebacker.
The #Ravens are signing UDFA Florida LB Jeremiah Moon, per source.
RB Ricky Person Jr., North Carolina State
2021 stats: 12 games, 636 yards, 5 touchdowns, 4.7 yards per carry
The 6-foot-1, 222-pound Person was plagued by injuries early his college career, but he played 12 games in each of the last two seasons. Person improved as a blocker picking up blitzes as a senior, which he hopes improves his chances to stick in the NFL.
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ILB Josh Ross, Michigan
2021 stats: 14 games, 106 tackles,0.5 sacks, 9 tackles for loss
Ross was a major player for Ravens Defensive Coordinator Mike Macdonald at Michigan last year. He was teammates with edge rusher David Ojabo who the Ravens drafted in the second round, and will compete for a longer look at inside linebacker.
Former Michigan linebacker Josh Ross is expected to sign an undrafted free agent deal with the Baltimore Ravens, a source tells @On3sports https://t.co/eGamqPTt1e
OLB Charles Wiley, Texas-San Antonio
2021 stats: 14 games, 36 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 9 tackles for loss
Wiley is viewed as a solid prospect at outside linebacker for a 3-4 scheme like the Ravens deploy. Listed at 6-foot-3, 245 pounds, Wiley showed promise as a pass rusher with a quick first step. He spent three seasons at Mississippi before transferring to Texas-San Antonio.
Former UTSA LB Charles Wiley — who ran 4.49 at 6-2, 251 at pro day — is signing with the #Ravens, per source.
DB Denzel Williams, Villanova
2021 stats: 10 games, 16 tackles, 2 interceptions, 2 passes defensed
Williams played at Villanova last season as a grad transfer from Sacred Heart. At 5-foot-10, 185 pounds, Williams’ strength is man coverage and he will likely to see reps as a nickel corner to see if he can make the leap to the NFL.
WR Devon Williams, Oregon
2021 stats: 10 games, 35 catches, 557 yards, 4 touchdowns
Williams is a big target at 6-foot-5, 207 pounds who was invited to the Scouting Combine. He ran a 4.65 40-yard dash in Indianapolis and had an 11-foot, 1-inch broad jump that ranked fourth among wide receivers.
Oregon Ducks receiver Devon Williams agrees to sign with Baltimore Ravens as undrafted free agenthttps://t.co/ZvqOGYqN3Y
DT Rayshad Nichols, Stephen F. Austin
Nichols earned second-team All-Western Athletic Conference recognition after leading his squad with 15.5 tackles for loss and 10 sacks among his 51 tackles in 12 games (10 starts).
Congratulations to Rayshad Nichols for signing a free agent contract with the @Ravens !#AxeEm x #RaiseTheAxe x #NFL pic.twitter.com/lRubDcIf6Y
OL Aron Johnson, South Dakota State
The 6-foot-5, 303-pound blocker who has experience at both left and right tackle and is strong in run blocking.
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Calais Campbell talks about the important role his wife played in his decision to re-sign with Baltimore. The Ravens are poised to be a ‘matchup nightmare’ on offense and defense. Pundits expect several Ravens’ draft picks to make an impact in 2022 and for years to come. Jarvis Landry continues to be linked to the Ravens.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said he anticipates rookie offensive tackle Daniel Faalele playing this season.
Some teams believe injuries and conditioning are a concern with several of Baltimore’s draft picks. Would the Ravens’ run-oriented offense deter Jarvis Landry from signing? The case for signing cornerback James Bradberry. Pundit says the Ravens are ‘must-see TV.’
The ‘door is closed’ on Jarvis Landry returning to the Browns. The Bengals went heavy with drafting defensive backs.
NFL.com pundits agree the Ravens had the No. 1 draft. Ravens show dedication to improving the offensive line with their first-round selection of center Tyler Linderbaum.
Tyler Linderbaum shows athleticism and accuracy with snaps. Kyle Hamilton covers ground quickly with long strides. Travis Jones has impressive upper body strength.
Sixth-round running back Tyler Badie played youth football in Owings Mills down the street from the Ravens’ practice facility.
The Ravens have six wide receivers among the 17 undrafted rookies they’re bringing into Baltimore.
General Manager Eric DeCosta pulled back the curtain on his thought process throughout the 2022 NFL Draft.
Analysts are having a hard time deciding who the Ravens’ best pick was. Baltimore gets the only A grade among AFC North draft report cards. The Ravens-Bengals game in Cincinnati is one of the top 10 games to watch in 2022. Pundits still think the Ravens should trade for Deebo Samuel.
The Ravens have inked sixth-round running back Tyler Badie, their first of 11 2022 draft picks.
Director of Player Personnel Joe Hortiz talked about the differences between Odafe Oweh and David Ojabo, the Ravens’ confidence in Jordan Stout, how they think Travis Jones will offer more as a pass rusher and more.
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