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Zach Terrell headlines Ravens UDFA signings

Zach Terrell is a very accurate quarterback who despite being undrafted could compete for a roster spot.

The hours after the NFL Draft are pretty wild with every team reaching out to so many prospects and signing them to undrafted free agent deals. As of Sunday morning, there have been 15 confirmed undrafted free agent signings by the Baltimore Ravens and another five invited to the team’s upcoming rookie training camp.

Undrafted free agent signings

QB Zach Terrell, Western Michigan

Zach Terrell is a very interesting quarterback prospect who has tremendous accuracy and helped elevate wide receiver Corey Davis into becoming the top receiver taken in this year’s draft. Of course, Davis was incredible, but Terrell was able to get him the ball wherever he was. Terrell has a remarkable career for the Western Michigan Broncos and finished with 12,100 yards passing, 94 touchdowns and only 31 interceptions with a 65.5-percent completion rate. As a senior, he had 3,533 yards, 33 TDs, four interceptions and a career-best 69.8-percent completion rate. He also had seven rushing touchdowns.

RB Taquan Mizzell, Virginia

He’s on the smaller end and might struggle to run between the tackles but he has an endless motor and is a shifty back who played in a pro-style offense for the Cavaliers. He’s agile and has displayed great vision to get to the right gap. Also a quality receiver out of the backfield.

WR Tim Patrick, Utah

A big receiver at 6-foot-5, 210-pounds with long strides, nice speed, and quality route-running. Tim Patrick is experienced playing against top cornerbacks too like Adoree Jackson, Chidobe Awuzie and Sidney Jones. He probably would have been drafted had it not been for a history of injuries at Utah. He also doesn’t run the crispest routes and is really just a down field threat.

WR Quincy Adeboyo, Mississippi

It was surprising to see a guy like Quincy Adeboyejo go undrafted considering he is 6-foot-3, 200-pounds and held his own in the SEC. He has good speed, but he does have inconsistent hands and was not overly productive at Ole Miss. He has the tools to be a good over-the-middle type of slot receiver but will need to work on his consistency catching the ball and route-running.

WR/KR Tim White, Arizona State

Tim Patrick was also a collegiate triple-jumper and has very good speed and explosive ability. He can take the top off the defense, but he’s very small at 5-foot-11, and just 175-pounds and on top of that he had 11 drops over his final two seasons at Utah. His explosiveness though, makes him work a nice look.

WR CJ Board, Tennessee-Chattanooga

A productive small-school receiver who helped Chattanooga to three Southern Conference titles. He has 46 catches for 725 yards and five touchdowns as a senior to cap off a productive collegiate career. He is 6-foot-2 and ran a 4.40 40yard dash at his pro-day. That would have tied for third among receivers at the scouting combine. He also would have had the fourth-best vertical at 39-inches. His shuttle at 10.64 seconds would have been the fastest at the combine and his three-cone would have been second at 6.62. His 4.05 short shuttle would have ranked fifth.

OL Andrew Wylie, Eastern Michigan

An All-MAC selection who stands 6-foot-5, 304-pounds, Andrew Wylie can play either tackle or guard and had a very good pro-day with a 5.14 40-yard dash and 20 bench press reps.

OT Maurquice Shakir, Middle Tennessee State

Maurquice Shakir projects more as an interior lineman but at 6-foot-4, 314-pound he has the build more of an offensive tackle. He has 30 bench press reps at his pro day.

OL Brandon Kublanow, Georgia

Started every game over his last three seasons for the Bulldogs, the 6-foot-3, 293-pound center helped anchor an offensive line that rushed for 2,486 yards and allowed only 24 sacks.

DT Omarius Bryant, Western Kentucky

A big nose tackle at 6-foot-3, 315-pounds, Omarius Bryant had 23 bench press reps at his pro day and was an All-Conference USA second team selection after finishing with 35 tackles, 9.5 tackles for a loss, three sacks and 17 quarterback hits, which led C-USA.

DL Pat Ricard, Maine

A DI-FCS third-team All-American, Pat Ricard stands at 6-foot-3, 305-pounds and finished his seniors season with 50 tackles, 15.5 tackles for a loss and 5.5 sacks. He led the CAA in tackles in the backfield and was fifth in sacks.

OLB Bam Bradley, Pittsburgh

He wasn’t a regular starter at Pittsburgh and only had pedestrian numbers as a senior with 29 tackles, 5.5 tackles for a loss and one sack. He did run a 4.54 40-yard dash and had a 35-inch vertical. He could be a special teams addition.

S Daniel Henry, New Mexico

Finished second on New Mexico with 60 tackles and six pass breakups and led the team with two forced fumbles, Daniel Henry is a thumping strong safety.

K Bobby Puyol, Connecticut

Only converted 72.7-percent of his field goals as a senior and 76-percent of his career. It is pretty much impossible to unseat Justin Tucker as it is, just an offseason body.

P Kenny Allen, Michigan

Not overly consistent and just one season as a full-time punter, but he was sixth in the nation with an average kickoff of 64.2 yards. Landed 46-percent of his punters inside the 20-yard line.

Camp Invites

WR Theron Wilson, Northwood

Small-school guy, but with solid size t 6-foot-3 and big-play ability. He was third in he country at the Division II level with a 26.2 yards per catch averaged. Finished with 629 yards on 24 catches and six touchdowns.

TE Tyler Cameron, Florida Atlantic

He only caught 41 passes in his career for 509 yards and one touchdown but is more of a blocking tight end at 6-foot-2, 232 pounds and 22 bench presses.

C Derrick Nelson, Rutgers

An interior lineman, Derrick Nelson is 6-foot-3, 300-pounds and has 26 bench press reps at his pro day.

DB Zavian Bingham, Jackson State

An explosive guy who played faster than his 4.54 40-yard dash. He was fourth on the team with 46 tackles and had two interceptions and five pass deflections. If he gets anything more than a camp invite it will probably be a special team’s player.

S Donald Payne, Stetson

An FCS-All-American, Donald Payne isn’t that fast but was a heavy hitter and finished with 114 tackles and 14.5 tackles for a loss for Stetson. He also had three sacks, one interception, and three blocked kicks.

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