With no seventh-round picks to worry about Saturday in the NFL draft, the Ravens got to work on signing undrafted free agents to their 90-man roster.
With 71 players on their roster, including their eight draft picks but excluding unsigned restricted-free-agent defensive tackle Michael Pierce, the Ravens technically have room for 19 more.
They’ve already made headway on their UDFA class, signing some and inviting others to rookie minicamp:
— Miami defensive tackle Gerald Willis confirmed on Twitter that he’s signed with the Ravens. He was widely expected to be drafted after earning second-team All-America honors and finishing with 18 tackles for loss and four sacks last season. He was dismissed from Florida early in his career and took a leave of absence from Miami in 2017 as he worked out personal issues.
Baltimore Ravens Lets Go, I appreciate the Opportunity #RealSavage 💯🔥
— Texas Tech wide receiver Antoine Wesley tweeted that he's signed with the Ravens. He finished third in the Football Bowl Subdivision in receiving yards (1,410) and 11th in receptions (88) last season.
First off I want to thank God for giving me this amazing opportunity. I want to thank Texas Tech for giving me a home! I want to thank THE RAVENS FOR GIVING ME THIS CHANCE TO BALL!!!! LETSSS GOOOO!!!! #Ravenspic.twitter.com/HI9a9X5qOF
— Louisville wide receiver Jaylen Smith confirmed on Instagram that he's signed with the Ravens, reuniting with close friend and former Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson. He had 980 receiving yards in 2017 and 550 last season.
— North Texas linebacker E.J. Ejiya tweeted that he's joining the Ravens, but his roster status is unconfirmed. A first-team All-Conference USA selection last season, he had 121 tackles, including 25 for loss.
— Virginia offensive lineman Marcus Applefield has signed with the Ravens, the Cavaliers announced on Twitter. He started all 13 games at right tackle last season and started 10 games at right guard for Rutgers in 2017.
— Marist wide receiver Juston Christian confirmed on Twitter that he's signed with the Ravens. The Owings Mills native had 46 catches for 1,155 yards and 15 touchdowns last season for the Football Championship Subdivision Foxes.
The #Ravens are signing Marist WR Juston Christian, per source
— Delaware tight end Charles Scarff has signed with the Ravens, the Blue Hens announced on Twitter. He was named first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association last season after catching 43 passes for 498 yards and seven touchdowns.
— Angelo State defensive end Markus Jones has signed with the Ravens, he confirmed on Twitter. He was named the Ron Lenz Defensive Player of the Year in the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association after leading all divisions of college football with 36½ tackles for loss. He also broke his school’s single-season sack record with 17½.
— Michigan State running back LJ Scott indicated on Twitter that he’s joining the Ravens, but his roster status is unconfirmed. He had 898 rushing yards and averaged 4.5 yards per carry in 2017, but an ankle injury limited him to five games and 264 rushing yards last season.
My brother @ljscott_03 is a Baltimore Raven 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💯 proud of you boy you deserve this shit
— Frenso State cornerback Tank Kelly has signed with the Ravens, the Bulldogs announced on Twitter. He was named first-team All-Mountain West after breaking up 22 passes and picking off four passes, returning two for scores.
— Maryland wide receiver Taivon Jacobs indicated on Twitter that he's joining the Ravens, but his roster status is unconfirmed. The Camp Springs native had 25 catches for 328 yards and two touchdowns last season.
— Boise State wide receiver Sean Modster has signed with the Ravens, according to The Idaho Press. He had 68 catches for 978 yards and eight touchdowns last season, earning second-team All-Mountain West honors.
Sean Modster has a free agent deal with the Baltimore Ravens, he tells me.
— Texas offensive lineman Patrick Vahe tweeted that he's joining the Ravens, seemingly as a rookie minicamp invitee. He twice earned All-Big 12 honorable mention and started 45 games over his career.
Very blessed to be able to go to a rookie mini camp for the Baltimore Ravens and to have this oppurtunity to prove myself. To fight for the last spot for an official contract. This has been an amazing journey, but only the beginning. #JobInterview#RavenUp
— Kent State defensive tackle Kalil Morris has signed with the Ravens, the Golden Flashes announced on Twitter. He was named second-team All-Mid-American Conference after posting 47 tackles, including six for loss, last season.