With the end of the NFL draft, the Ravens turned their attention to the unfinished market.
He entered the draft with 63 players, traded wide receiver Marquis “Hollywood” Brown and added 11 rookies. This means they have room to bring in a larger class.
According to event announcements and media reports, here’s what the Ravens are signing:
, UTSA linebacker Charles Wiley is signing with the Ravens, according to athletic, Transferring graduate from Ole Miss, 6-foot-2, 251-pound Willie earned an honorable mention to All-Conference USA in two seasons with Roadrunner. He recorded 36 tackles, nine tackles for a loss, 3½ sacks, five quarterback haste, two fumble recoveries and one pass breakup as a fifth year senior in 2021.
, North Carolina State Wide Receiver Emeka Emezee is signing with the Ravens, according to 247Sports, The 6-2, 210-pounder Emezie had 60 catches for 802 yards and six touchdowns in 2021. He ranks fifth in the school’s history with 169 career receptions, and his 2,093 receiving yard is the seventh-best mark in the school’s history. In 2020, he earned the team’s Tory Holt Award for Most Valuable Offensive Player.
, Florida linebacker Jeremiah Moon is signing with the Ravens, according to Pro Football Focus, The 6-4, 249-pound Moon recorded 49 tackles, 3½ tackles for the loss, two sacks for the Gators last season, and a forced fumble. That William V. Campbell is a two-time semifinalist for the trophy, also known as the “Academic Heisman”.
, Oregon Quarterback Anthony Brown is signing with the Ravens, according to NFL Network, A transfer from Boston College, Brown started all 14 games for Oregon during his final season of eligibility, leading the Ducks to a 10-win season and a journey to the Pac-12 championship game. The 6-1, 217-pound Brown completed 64.1% of his passes for 2,989 yards and 18 touchdowns, while running for a career-high 658 yards and nine touchdowns on 151 carries with seven interceptions. A finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, he led the Pac-12 with 3,851 yards of total offense.
, The state of North Carolina, leaving Ricky Person Jr. Signing with the Ravens, he announced on twitter, The 6-foot, 215-pound man missed early in his career with injuries and dropped out of spring drills after shoulder surgery last year, but is coming off a productive four-year career with the Wolfpack. The man started every game with running back in 2020, finishing second on the team with 643 rushing yards. In 2021, he ran for 636 yards and five touchdowns, adding 28 catches for 240 yards and two touchdowns.
, South Dakota State Offensive Tackle Aaron Johnson Signing with the Ravens, According to Draft Network, The 6-5, 300-pound Johnson played both left and right for the Jackrabbits, leading the way in an offense after earning second-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors in 2021, averaging 37.3 points and 441.1 per game. It was a distance.
, Michigan linebacker Josh Rosso is expected to sign with the Ravens, according to on3, The 6-foot, 227-pound Ross was a two-time All-Big Ten honoree and a two-time team captain for the Wolverines, making 24 starts in 50 games. In 2021, he led the team’s defense with a high 106 tackles, which included nine losses and a shared sack. He also broke two passes and hastened eight quarterbacks.
, Auburn linebacker Jacoby McClain Signing with the Ravens, Program announced on twitter, The 5-11, 228-pounder McClain recorded 268 tackles, 19 tackles for damages, 5 1/2 sacks, one interception, and four force fumbles in 49 career games with the Tigers. In 2021, he was named to the All-SEC second team by the coaches and received an invitation to the East–West Shrine Bowl in Las Vegas.
, Villanova defensive back Denzel Williams Signing with the Ravens, Program announced on twitter, The 5-10, 180-pound Williams, who began his college career at Sacred Heart, recorded 16 tackles, two tackle losses and two interceptions in 2021.
, Navy inside linebacker Diego Fagotá Signing with the Ravens, Program announced on twitter, The 6-3, 240-pounder Fagot started 35 games in his freshman season and made 282 career tackles. He led the Navy in tackling his sophomore, junior and senior years, on his way to being named either the First or Second Team All-American Athletic Conference that season. He is sixth on the Navy’s all-time list with 35½ tackles for losses.
, Stephen F. Austin Defensive Tackle Reshaad Nichols Signing with the Ravens, The event was announced on Twitter, The 6-3, 307-pounder Nichols had 14 tackles (4½ for loss) and three sacks last season. He snatched the ball from an incarnation word running last season and returned it for a touchdown from 32 yards.
, Mississippi State Wide Receiver Makai Polki Looking forward to signing with the Ravens, On3 . According to, The 6-3, 200-pound Polk had 105 catches for 1,046 yards, both a school record, and nine touchdowns as redshirt sophistication last season. He started five games in California as a freshman, finishing with 19 catches for 295 yards and two touchdowns, and appeared in four in 2021, when he had 17 catches for 183 yards. He ran a 40-yard dash in the NFL Scouting Combine in 4.59 seconds.
, Oregon Wide Receiver Devon Williams According to The Oregonian, is signing with the Ravens. The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Williams took 35 catches for a team-high 557 yards and four touchdowns last season. In his two seasons with the Ducks, the Southern California transfer had 50 catches for 843 yards and six scores. He ran 40 yards in the combine in 4.65 seconds.
, Alabama wide receiver Slade Bolden Signing with the Ravens, he announced on twitter, The 5-11, 194-pounder Bolden had 42 catches for 408 and three touchdowns as a redshirt junior last season. He had 24 catches for 270 yards and a touchdown in 2020, when the Crimson Tide won the national title. Bolden also returned 14 punts for 99 yards last season.
, Fort Valley State Wide Receiver Shemar Bridge Signing with the Ravens, according to their agency, The 6-5, 210-pound bridge had 28 catches for 292 yards and a touchdown in four games for the Division II Wildcats. In his two 2021 games, he took 13 catches for 301 yards and two touchdowns. In 2019, he made 51 receptions for 765 yards and four scores.
, Cal Wide Receiver Trayvon Clark Signing with the Ravens, he announced on twitter, The 6-4, 195-pounder Clark took 33 catches for 658 yards and four touchdowns last season. The junior-college transfer had two catches for 122 yards in a September loss to Texas Christian, becoming the first Golden Bear player in five years with two catches for at least 50 yards in the same game.
, Georgia State Security Chris Moore Signing with the Ravens, The event was announced on Twitter, The 6-1, 210-pounder Moore, Virginia transfer, was the Panthers’ fourth leading tackler (70) last season, including 4½ tackles for the loss. He added a sack, an interception, a forced fumble and two pass breakups. In Virginia, Moore made 97 tackles in 32 games over three seasons.
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