The Ravens added another rookie to their offensive line, signing undrafted tackle Jaylon Thomas.
Thomas was a full-time starter the past four seasons at Southern Methodist University (SMU). He started at all five offensive line positions last season, earning Pro Football Focus All-AAC first-team honors.
He helped the Mustangs reach national rankings of seventh in passing offense (316.7 yards per game) and 15th in total offense (472.8).
Thomas primarily played left tackle as a junior and sophomore. He first became a starter (at right tackle) over the final six games of his freshman year.
The Ravens already have two rookie draft picks on the offensive line with sixth rounder Sala Aumavae-Laulu and seventh rounder Andrew Vorhees, though he will be sidelined by his Combine knee injury this season. Aumavae-Laulu and Thomas are likely to both get reps at tackle and guard.
The 6-foot-5, 311-pound Thomas gives the Ravens another offensive lineman to develop this summer and compete for a roster spot. Baltimore also has undrafted offensive lineman Brandon Kipper (Oregon State) and guard Tashawn Manning (Kentucky).