Ravens add 22 undrafted players to rookie minicamp

OWINGS MILLS — In additon to their nine selections in the 2024 NFL draft, the Ravens added 22 undrafted players for their rookie minicamp this weekend.

Here’s a breakdown of the undrafted players:

Player: Jelani Baker

Position: Wide receiver

School: Limestone

Analysis: Baker played in 24 games (19 starts) in two seasons at Limestone, finishing with 118 receptions for 1,681 yards and 19 touchdowns. He was the first receiver in Limestone history to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in a season in 2023 (1,089), and also had a program record in receptions (75) and touchdowns (14).

Player: Beau Brade

Position: Safety

School: Maryland

Analysis: Brade played four years at Maryland and appeared in 42 games (25 starts), totaling 177 tackles (115 solo), 11 passed defensed, 9 1/2 tackles for a loss, 3 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, and a sack.

Player: Corey Bullock

Position: Offensive tackle

School: Maryland

Analysis: Bullock played in 42 games (38 starts) in a five-year collegiate career that began with four years at North Carolina Central (2019-22) and one year at Maryland (2023). He was ranked as the second-highest pass-blocking guard in the Big Ten by Pro Football Focus.

Player: Tre’Darious Colbert

Position: Defensive tackle

School: Maryland

Analysis: Colbert had 27 tackles and 3 sacks in 13 games for Maryland as a graduate transfer from Angelo State.

Player: Chris Collier

Position: Running back

School: Lock Haven

Analysis:  Collier had 1,393 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns in 11 games last season. He also had 22 catches for 238 yards and 3 touchdowns

Player: Ryan Cooper

Position: Defensive back

School:  Oregon State

Analysis: Cooper had 4 interceptions and 18 pass breakups over the past two seasons.

Player: Darrian Dalcourt

Position: Guard

School: Alabama

Analysis: Dalcourt appeared in eight games (five starts) in 2023, missing two games because of injury.

Player: Joe Evans

Position: Defensive end

School: Iowa

Analysis: Evans led Iowa with 9 1/2 sacks, 10 quarterback pressures, and 13 1/2 tackles for loss.

Player: Ja’Mion Franklin

Position: Defensive tackle

School: Duke

Analysis: Franklin had a career-high 30 tackles. He played 26 straight games over the past two seasons with 56 tackles and 4 sacks.

Player: De’Angelo Hardy

Position: Wide receiver

School: North Carolina Central

Analysis: Hardy had 75 catches for 1,353 yards and 20 touchdowns last season. He holds the school record with 58 career touchdowns.

Rutgers Scarlet Knights linebacker Deion Jennings (17) and Rutgers Scarlet Knights defensive back Desmond Igbinosun (4) celebrate a stop during the fourth quarter against the Miami Hurricanes at Yankee Stadium. By Mark Smith-USA Today Sports

Player: Deion Jennings

Position: Linebacker

School: Rutgers

Analysis: Jennings led the Scarlet Knights in tackles (95) in 2023 and had 251 tackles over his career.

Player: Julian Pearl

Position: Offensive tackle

School: Illinois

Analysis: Pearl started 24 games over the last two years. He can play right and left tackle.

Player: Randen Plattner

Position: Long snapper

School: Kansas State

Analysis: Plattner was the snapper on punts and field goals for three years and played in 62 games — second most in school history.

Player: Yvandy Rigby

Position: Linebacker

School: Temple

Analysis: In 35 career games with the Owls over four seasons, Rigby totaled 207 tackles (114 solo), 11 1/2 tackles for a loss, 6 passes defensed, 4 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery.

Player: Mike Rigerman

Position: Tight end

School: Findlay

Analysis: Rigerman had 1,807 yards receiving and 21 touchdowns during his career and was named the Great Midwest Atlantic Conference Offensive Player of the Year.

Clemson cornerback Avieon Terrell (20) tackles Kentucky receiver Tayvion Robinson (9) near safety Jalyn Phillips (1) during the third quarter of the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl at EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla.

Player: Tayvion Robinson

Position: Wide receiver

School: Kentucky

Analysis: Robinson played in 60 career games (56 starts) across five seasons, beginning his collegiate career at Virginia Tech (2019-21) and capping it with two seasons at Kentucky. Je finished with 194 receptions for 2,604 yards and 14 touchdowns and played on special teams.

Player: Riley Sharp

Position: Tight end

School: Oregon State

Analysis: Sharp had seven receptions for 113 yards and 2 TDs in 2023, recording the first offensive statistics of his collegiate career as a tight end after transitioning positions.

Player: Darrell Simpson

Position: Offensive tackle

School:  Tulsa

Analysis: Simpson, 6 feet 8, 348 pounds, appeared in 25 games (15 starts) in a six-year collegiate career at Oklahoma (2018-2021) and Tulsa (2022-2023).

Player: Jordan Toles

Position: Defensive back

School: Morgan State

Analysis: Toles led the Bears with 3 interceptions and a forced fumble in 2023. He also had 66 tackles and played special teams.

Player: Dayton Wade

Position: Wide receiver

School: Mississippi

Analysis: Wade caught 27 passes for 390 yards and 2 touchdowns in 2023.

Player: Tramel Walthour

Position: Defensive end

School: Georgia

Analysis: Walthour played in  63 games across stops at Georgia (2019-23) and Hutchison Community College (2018), finishing with 66 tackles (37 solo), 3 1/2 tackles for a loss, 3 sacks and 2 passes defensed. He was a two-time National Champion at Georgia (2021 and 2022).

Player: Isaiah Washington

Position: Wide receiver

School: Rutgers

Analysis: Washington, 6 feet 2, 206 pounds, caught 25 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown in 2023. Overall, he played in 58 games (25 starts) in five seasons at Rutgers, totaling 74 receptions for 927 yards and 3 touchdowns.

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