When the NFL draft is over, the Ravens are paying attention to the non-draft market.

They entered the draft with 63 players, exchanged a pass for the Marquis of Hollywood Brown and added 11 newcomers. That means they have room to attract a large class.

Here’s a look at who the Crows are signing with, according to program announcements and media reports:

>> UTSA general defender Charles Wiley signs with crows, according to Athletic. Wiley, weighing 6 feet and 251 pounds, who went on to graduate school at Ole Miss, received an honorable mention at the entire U.S. conference in two seasons with the Roadrunners. He recorded 36 selections, nine selections to lose, 3 шкі bags, five quarterbacks in a hurry, two groped and one pass in 2021 in the fifth year.

>> Emeka Emezi’s wide-ranging North Carolina receiver signs with crows, according to 247Sports. Emesy weighed 6-2, 210 pounds, made 60 catches for 802 yards and six touchdowns in 2021. He ranks fifth in school history with 169 career admissions, and his 2,093 admission yards are the seventh best in school history. In 2020, he received the Tory Holt team award as the most valuable striker.

>> General Florida defender Jeremiah Moon signs with crows, according to Professional football focus. Last season Moon weighing 6-4 and weighing 249 pounds made 49 selections, 3 and a half selections to lose, two sacks and one forced fambling last season for the Gators. He is a two-time semi-finalist for William W. Campbell, also known as “Academic Heisman”.

>> Oregon’s quarterback Anthony Brown signs with crows, according to NFL Network. After graduating from Boston College, Brown began all 14 games for Oregon during his final season, leading to a season with 10 wins and a trip to the Pac-12 Championship game. Brown weighing 6-1 and weighing 217 pounds performed 64.1% of his assists on 2,989 yards and 18 touchdowns with seven interceptions, rushing to a career-high 658 yards and nine touchdowns on 151 career. A finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, he topped the Pac-12 with 3,851 yards total.

>> North Carolina backing back Ricky Person Jr.. signs with the crows, he announced on Twitter. The man weighing 6 feet and 215 pounds missed time early in his career due to injuries and spent spring training after shoulder surgery last year, but is stepping down from a fruitful four-year career at Wolfpack. The man started each game with a run in 2020, finishing second in the team with 643 yards. In 2021, he rushed for 636 yards and five touchdowns, adding 28 catches for 240 yards and two touchdowns.

>> South Dakota Offensive Aaron Johnson signs with crows, according to The Draft Network. Johnson, weighing 6-5,300 pounds, played both left and right qualifying for Jackrabbits, winning second team awards at the All-Missouri Valley Football Conference in 2021 after paving the way for an attack that averaged 37.3 points and 441.1 yards per game.

>> Michigan linebacker Josh Ross He is expected to sign with the Ravens, according to On3. 6 feet and 227 pounds Ross was a two-time All-Big Ten winner and a two-time Wolverine team captain, making 24 starts in 50 games. In 2021, he led the defense, making 106 selections, including nine for losing and a total call. He also broke two passes and had eight quarterbacks.

>> Auburn general defender Zakoby McClain signs a program with the Ravens announced on Twitter. McClain weighed 5-11, weighed 228 pounds, recorded 268 rebounds, 19 rebounds, 5 ½ bags, one interception and four forced gropes in 49 career games with the Tigers. In 2021, his coaches were named to the second All-SEC team and received an invitation to the East-West Shrine Bowl in Las Vegas.

>> Vilanova defensive defender Denzel Williams signs a program with the Ravens announced on Twitter. Williams weighing 5-10, weighing 180 pounds, who began his career in college at Sacred Heart, recorded 16 selections, two selections for defeat and two interceptions in 2021.

>> Inside Navy lineup Diego Fagot signs a program with the Ravens announced on Twitter. The bassoon weighing 6-3, 240 pounds, has started 35 games since his freshman season, and has scored 282 career selections. He led the Navy in the fight against the second year, junior and senior, on the way to each of these seasons being named the first or second team of the All-American Athletics Conference. He ranks sixth on the Navy list of all time with 35 ½ selections for defeat.

>> Stephen F. Austin defensive selection of Reyshad Nichols signs with crows, The program was announced on Twitter. Nichols weighing 6-3 weighing 307 pounds made 14 selections (4 ½ per defeat) and three sacks last season. Last season, he removed the ball from the Incarnate Word and returned it for 32 yards for landing.

>> Mississippi Macau Regiment Wide Receiver Expected to sign with Ravens, according to On3. The regiment weighed 6-3, 200 pounds, had 105 catches for 1,046 yards, both school records, and nine touchdowns in a red shirt last season. He started five freshman games in California, 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 40 yards in 4.59 seconds on an NFL scout combine.

>> Oregon wide receiver Devon Williams signs with crows, according to The Oregonian. Last season Williams weighing 6 feet 5 and weighing 210 pounds made 35 catches for 557 yards on the team and four touchdowns. In two seasons with the Ducks in Southern California there were 50 catches for 843 yards and six points. On the combine, he ran 40 yards in 4.65 seconds.

>> Alabama wide Slade Bolden receiver signs with crows, he announced on Twitter. Last season Bolden weighed 5-11, weighed 194 pounds, made 42 catches at 408 and three touchdowns as a junior with a red T-shirt. In 2020, he made 24 catches at a distance of 270 yards and landed when Crimson Tide won the national title. Last season Bolden also returned 14 points for 99 yards.

>> Fort Valley’s wide receiver Shamar Bridges signs with crows, according to his agency. The 6-5, 210-pound bridges made 28 catches for 292 yards and one touchdown in four games in Division II Wildcats. In his two 2021 games, he caught 13 on 301 yards and two touchdowns. In 2019, he has 51 receptions for 765 yards and four points.

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