12 Senior Bowlers That Impressed Ravens


RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska

"He's decisive in his cuts, he's quick footed, got good burst, low center of gravity and the ability to change directions. He's had a good week out here."

FB Tyler Varga, Yale

"He's a quieter guy, you didn't hear much about him in the fall. But he's come out here and stepped up to the competition and held his own. He had some really nice runs on his first day and he continued that through the next two days."

TE Ben Koyack, Notre Dame

"Koyack's got excellent size. He caught the ball well. Koyack has done a good job in both phases [catching and blocking]."

RB Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn

"Not to be a homer [Hortiz is an Auburn graduate], but I'll be one here. I thought he's done a really good job. He's looked athletic and decisive running the ball. He's done a good job blocking in one-on-one linebacker drills, shown a willingness to step up and take on blitzing linebackers. And he's run the ball well, shown some burst and vision and had a good week catching the ball as well."

TE Clive Walford, Miami

"Athletic guy who you can put on the move and line up at different spots. He's catching the ball well and shows good route skill."

DT Danny Shelton, Washington

"He's a guy that fits the 3-4 scheme, true nose tackle who is very tough to move. On double teams he can anchor in. He uses his hands well and is really strong in holding his position. He competes well and works to the ball. He's stood out the most of the defensive linemen."

OLB Hau'oli Kikaha, Washington

"He's an active guy, high motor. He looks aware. He's got some rush ability. He's capable in coverage and played outside linebacker in college, so he's familiar playing in space."

OLB Nate Orchard, Utah

"He's shown up as a rusher, putting pressure off the edge. He's also shown the versatility and athleticism to play out in space as an outside linebacker."

ILB Jeff Luc, Cincinnati

"He's very physical, he plays downhill and attacks the line of scrimmage. He's undersized in terms of height, but he's very thick and strong on contact. He's had some good collisions."

S Ibraheim Campbell, Northwestern

"He's been active. He shows good instincts out there and has had a pick today in practice. So he's got some ball skills. He's active coming downhill versus the run and supporting."

CB Josh Shaw, USC

"He's a big, physical kid. He didn't get a chance to play much this year because of the issues he had at the beginning of the year. But when you look at him, he's a 6-foot corner with outstanding build to his frame. He's very strong, very developed. He's strong as a press guy. He's maybe a little rusty in terms of play technique, but I think he's got some potential. He's looked good two weeks in a row."

DT Grady Jarrett, Clemson

"He's done a good job this week. He's undersized and not prototypically built for the 3-4, but he's active with his hands, he's a good leverage player, he understands pad level, and he's quick and sudden and strong for a guy his size. He's been real active this week."

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