Following a strong Pro Day workout where he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.28 and 4.33 seconds and a flurry of workouts and visits, the former City standout is hopeful that he's done enough to be a late-round draft pick.
As they prepare for this year's draft, which gets underway with Thursday's first round, the Ravens seemingly have more needs on offense than defense. They want another running back and a tight end and they are thin on outside targets for quarterback Joe Flacco. If there was a draft where the Ravens would target offense, this would seemingly be it.
Although the Ravens signed veteran runner Justin Forsett to a three-year, $9 million contract in March as their returning starter, they're still likely to reinforce the running back position with a rookie to work in tandem with him.
Shirtless despite the relatively chilly temperatures Wednesday, Towson pass rusher Ryan Delaire displayed his chiseled physique and crisp mobility for scouts during a series of outside linebacker and defensive end drills.
Kendrick Lewis, 26, started all 16 games at free safety for the Houston Texans last season and led them with 84 tackles to go along with two interceptions. The season before, he started 15 of 16 games with the Kansas City Chiefs, making 61 tackles and one interception.
Day two of free agency brought more reminders of the Ravens' key offseason losses. The team continued to weigh their free-agent options, exercising patience as they try to fill roster holes without an abundance of salary cap space.