Oklahoma State safety Josh Furman has been invited to attend the Ravens' local prospect day, according to sources.
The Old Mill graduate played outside linebacker at Oklahoma State but projects to safety in the NFL.
The local prospect day is April 21 at the Ravens' training complex.
The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Furman ran the 40-yard dash in 4.47 seconds at his campus pro day. He also had a 38-inch vertical leap and a 10-4 broad jump.
Furman had 64 tackles, 14 for loss, seven sacks and one forced fumble last season.
The Michigan transfer played in 32 games for the Wolverines and started three times at safety. He had a blocked punt as a freshman.
Furman led Old Mill to a state championship as a senior in 2009. He rushed for 2,285 yards and 31 touchdowns that season and also recorded 60 tackles (nine for loss), three sacks, three forced fumbles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries.
As a junior, he had 87 tackles, 25 for loss, eight sacks, six forced fumbles and two blocked punts.
Furman was a four-star recruit, a SuperPrep All-American and The Baltimore Sun's Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a senior.