They don't get the big network publicity, but these guys have as good a shot as making the Ravens as anybody drafted between 4 and 7...
I like Nick Jean-Baptiste's chances to make either the Ravens roster or the PS8 squad...
The Ravens spent the hours after the 2012 draft agreeing to terms with undrafted free agent rookies. Here’s a list of the players they plan to sign, all pending physicals, according to the Carroll County Times:
Chris Anzevino - C, Kent State
John Brantley - QB, Florida
Charles Brown - CB, North Carolina
Lamont Bryant - TE, Morgan State
James Carmon - T, Mississippi State
Jack Cornell - G, Illinois
Chad Diehl - FB, Clemson
Bruce Figgins - FB, Georgia
Devin Goda - WR, Slippery Rock
Dorian Graham - WR, Syracuse
Elliott Henigan - DT, UAB
Nick Jean-Baptiste - DT, Baylor
Austin Johnson - LB, Tennessee
Ishmaa’ily Kitchen - DT, Kent State
Antoine McClain - G/T, Clemson
Alfred McCullough - G, Alabama
Nick Provo - TE, Syracuse
Chyl Quarles - S, Wake Forest
Bobby Rainey - RB, Western Kentucky
Deonte Thompson - WR, Florida
Justin Tucker - K, Texas
One year after a player with local connections, former Maryland receiver and Baltimore native LaQuan Williams, made the team as an undrafted free agent, the Ravens added another. The 6-5-, 225 pound Bryant caught 21 passes for Morgan State in 2011.
Jean-Baptiste, a 335-pound nose tackle, is an interesting prospect for the defensive interior. He had four sacks, 8.5 tackles for losses and 36 overall tackles for Baylor, and could challenge for a roster spot backing up Terrence Cody.