A look at the undrafted rookies linked to the Ravens (*-means confirmed commitment):Pro: Durable and smart. Con: Doesn't play with strength.Pro: Excellent weight-room worker who is smart and competitive. Con: Measured at 6-1, he was shortest lineman at NFL combine. CONFIRMED: Will sign with Ravens.Pro: Has potential to become special teams standout. Con: Instincts are still developing as running back.Pro: Scrappy competitor who mauls defensive linemen. Has good upside. Con: Blocking technique has been described as "ultra stiff." CONFIRMED: Will sign with Ravens.Pro: Speed receiver who can stretch the field. Con: Scored one touchdown last season and one season removed from broken leg.Pro: Has non-stop motor and shows vocal leadership. Con: Slow to perimeter and doesn't work well in space.Pro: Three-year starter is undersized but explosive. Con: His size allows him to get controlled at point of attack.Pro: Started in highly competitive SEC. Con: Never seemed to stay healthy.Pro: Is being mentored by Ray Rice. Con: Mervo graduate has to prove he can play beyond Division II college football. CONFIRMED: Will sign with Ravens.Pro: Ranked second in the nation last season with eight interceptions. Con: Former quarterback-wide receiver has played two years on defense.Pro: Pass rusher could develop into 3-4 OLB. Con: Undersized and can have trouble getting off blocks.Pro: Poly graduate and special teams captain blocked two punts last season. Con: Career as a receiver has been limited. CONFIRMED: Will sign with Ravens.For the latest Ravens news, follow Jamison Hensley on Twitter. Also, become a fan of Baltimore Sun Sports on Facebook.To receive breaking Ravens news on your mobile device, text FOOTBALL to 70701 or sign up here.