Ravens release official list of undrafted free agents they've signed

Below is a look at the team's 15-man undrafted free agent class as announced by the team Friday:

Jaelon Acklin, WR, Western Illinois: The 6-foot-2 and 190 pound senior had a prolific senior season, setting school records with 84 catches for 1,369 yards and 10 touchdown receptions. That included a game last September against South Dakota, when he had 19 catches for 343 yards.


Randin Crecelius, OL, Portland State: The 6-foot-5 and 305-pound lineman was a three-year starter at Portland State. He played guard and tackle.

Gus Edwards, RB, Rutgers: A graduate transfer from Miami, he played one season for the Scarlet Knights and rushed for 713 yards and six touchdowns.

Justin Evans, G, South Carolina State: The 6-foot-5 and 313-pound lineman made 33 starts in his collegiate career. He was a first-team All-MEAC selection in his final two seasons with the Bulldogs.

Alvin Jones, ILB, UTEP: In four seasons, he had 343 tackles, 40 tackles for loss, 16 sacks and an interception. He was a three-time All-Conference USA selection. Jones' brother, Aaron, is a running back for the Green Bay Packers.

Nick Keizer, TE, Grand Valley State: Keizer had 11 touchdown receptions in 36 career games at Grand Valley State. Last season, he led all tight ends in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in catches (29), receiving yards (504) and touchdown catches (nine).

Christian LaCouture, DT, LSU: He was a top recruit whose college career was slowed by injuries. He started 13 games last year and had 66 tackles and six sacks. He's 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds.

Andre Levrone, WR, Virginia: The Laurel native was a big-play threat for the Cavaliers last season, averaging just over 20 yards a reception and grabbing seven touchdown receptions. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound receiver played high school football at Good Counsel.

Mason McKenrick, ILB, John Carroll: A two-time All-Ohio Athletic Conference selection, McKenrick had 236 tackles, 10 ½ sacks and three interceptions in 43 games.

Trent Sieg, long snapper, Colorado State: The Eaton, Colo., native was the Rams long snapper for the past four seasons.

Alex Thompson, C, Monmouth: He started 44 of a possible 45 games in four seasons for the Hawks. The 6-foot-4 and 300-pound center was a three-time All-Big South selection.

Mark Thompson, RB, Florida: Thompson rushed for 297 yards and three touchdowns last season for the Gators. In 23 career games, he ran for 596 yards and five scores.

De'Lance Turner, RB, Alcorn State: He rushed for a school-record 1,357 yards last year, second most in the FCS. He ranked second in the country in yards per carry (7.54) and sixth in all-purpose yards per game (146.7).

Kaare Vedvik, K/P, Marshall: A former soccer player from Norway, he was the All Conference-USA first-team punter. He averaged 44 yards per punt and kicked a 92-yard punt during the season. He made 10-of-16 field goals.

Darious Williams, DB, UAB: A first-team All-Conference USA selection last season, Williams started all 13 games at cornerback and had five interceptions, 20 passes defended and 50 tackles. Pro Football Focus named him him a first-team All-American.