The Ravens held their local Pro Day Monday, inviting 40 players that went to high school or college in the area to the Under Armour Performance Center.
Here are the players included, with write-ups about players who were invited to the NFL Scouting Combine:
S Darnell Savage, Maryland
Savage was named to the NFL All-Combine Defensive Team after running a 4.36 in the 40-yard dash, second-best among safeties, and recording a vertical leap of 39.5 inches, third-best among safeties. The 5-foot-11, 198-pound safety had eight picks during his career with the Terrapins. Savage’s stock is on the rise after the Combine and he is being projected as high as a second-round pick.
WR Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion
Fulgham is coming off a 1,083-yard season that included five 100-yard games. He began his college career as a walk-on but left Old Dominion as a draft prospect. His 4.58 time at the Combine in the 40-yard dash wasn’t among the fastest, but at 6-foot-3, he showed a wide catch radius and sure hands.
OT Derwin Gray, Maryland
OT Joshua Miles, Morgan State
The Randallstown native played at Western Tech High and grew up idolizing former Ravens like Jonathan Ogden and Orlando Brown Sr. He was also a tackle in college who is projected as a potential NFL guard. The 6-foot-6, 300-pound Miles hopes to become the first Morgan State player drafted since 2003, when the New York Giants selected tight end Visanthe Shiancoe in the third round.
OLB Shareef Miller, Penn State
Miller had 14 ½ sacks during three seasons at Penn State. He was a co-winner of the Nittany Lions’ Most Valuable Defensive Player award.
QB Trace McSorely, Penn State
McSorely had the best 40-yard dash time (4.57 seconds) among quarterbacks at the Combine, where he measured six feet tall. A dual-threat college quarterback with 798 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground last year, McSorely is determined to prove he has what it takes to play the position in the NFL. He refused an invitation to work out with the defensive backs at the Combine, taking a page from Lamar Jackson. McSorely topped 3,500 passing yards in both his sophomore and junior seasons before running more as a senior.
S Malik Gant, Marshall
He earned a reputation as a big hitter in college, as a safety who enjoys playing close to the line of scrimmage. There may be questions about Gant’s speed after running 4.63 in the 40 at the Combine, but there he remains a player who could be a Day 3 pick.
Here are the other players who worked out at Ravens headquarters:
- QB Amir Hall, Bowie State
- QB David Pindell, Connecticut
- RB Taiwan Deal, Wisconsin
- RB Jordan Ellis, Virginia
- RB Ty Johnson, Maryland
- RB Travon McMillian, Colorado
- RB Johnathan Thomas, Penn State
- TE John Lovett, Princeton
- WR Juston Christian, Marist
- WR Jahrvis Davenport, Maryland
- WR Deonte Harris, Assumption
- WR Taivon Jacobs, Maryland
- WR Luke McFadden, Johns Hopkins
- WR Cortrelle Simpson, Richmond
- WR Deandre Thompkins, Penn State
- WR Reggie White Jr., Monmouth
- WR Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia
- WR Byron Barney, Hampton
- C Brendan Moore, Maryland
- G Sam Mustipher, Notre Dame
- OT Marcus Applefield, Virginia
- OT Damian Prince, Maryland
- DT Miles Brown, Wofford
- DT Mbi Tanyi, Maryland
- DE Jesse Aniebonam, Maryland
- ILB Jerry Iweh, Fairmont State
- ILB Tre Watson, Maryland
- OLB Chris Peace, Virginia
- CB Anthony Chesley, Coastal Carolina
- CB Ravon Davis, Maryland
- CB Tim Harris, Virginia
- P Lester Coleman, Virginia
- LS Kyle Vasey, Penn State