The list of Ravens undrafted rookies keeps growing and growing. I’ve gathered the names of the players, along with a little overview of each of the guys below. The undrafted rookies have reached agreements with Baltimore, but won’t become official members of the team until they sign their contracts in minicamp on May 7th.


Curtis Steele – RB – Memphis
Steele average 6.3 yards per carry at Memphis, despite his small size (5′ 10″, 194 pounds). I’m not a big fan of small running backs in this league, I like bruisers and the Ravens already have two guys that don’t fit my mold for RBs, Steele makes three.

Rodelin Anthony – WR – UNLV
Anthony is a big target and red zone threat at 6′ 5″ and 230 pounds. He was limited to just four games last season due to injuries.


John Fletcher – DE – Wyoming
Finally a pass rusher, the Ravens should be starving for a guy with Fletcher’s brand of play. He’s a big guy at 6′ 5″ and 270 pounds, but he recorded seven sacks at Wyoming last year.

Ashton Hall – S – Marshall
Hall played nickel cornerback at Marshall as well as safety his last two seasons. He’s 5′ 10″ and 196 pounds and can jump really high, 44 inches to be exact. Wait does that mean he can dunk?

Albert McClellan – OLB – Marshall
Apparently, Mclellan lacks strength despite his athletic build. Doesn’t seem like a Ravens type of linebacker in my mind.

Prince Miller – CB – Georgia
Hey look, a cornerback. Don’t get your hopes up, Miller only had one interception his entire college career. He will likely be a punt returner, where he had more success in college.

Mike McLaughlin – MLB – Boston College
McLaughlin has got to be the biggest undrafted name the Ravens agreed to terms with. He’s a vocal leader that was expected to go late in the draft. Can you say Bart Scott?

Special Teams:

Morgan Cox – Long Snapper – Tennessee
Cox was a long snapper for the South at the Senior Bowl and is a three year vet at Tennessee in the position. Some question his size at 248 pounds.