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Ravens Officially Sign 16 Undrafted Rookie Free Agents


P Kenny Allen, Michigan
6-foot-3, 218 pounds
College: Appeared in 32 career games for the Wolverines, seeing action at both punter and kicker...Connected on 37 of 45 FG attempts (82.2%), including a long FGM of 51 yards, and hit on 99 of 99 PATs...Punted 56 times for 2,448 yards to produce a 43.7 gross average, with 24 boots inside the 20 and a long of 67...Connected on 19 of 23 FGAs (82.6%) and all 53 PATs as a senior in 2016, earning honorable mention All-Big Ten honors...As a punter, he was a second-team All-Big Ten honoree by booting 54 punts for 2,340 yards (43.3 avg.), including 24 inside the 20 and 18 from 50-plus yards...As a junior, he hit 18 of 22 FGAs (81.8%) and all 46 PATs to earn third-team (media) and honorable mention (coaches) All-Big Ten honors...Only punted once for 57 yards that season...Solely handled kickoff duties as a junior in 2014 and registered 1 punt for 51 yards as a sophomore in 2013...Redshirted his true freshman season (2012)...A 2016 Academic All-Big Ten honoree, Allen graduated with a degree in general studies.

WR Quincy Adeboyejo, Mississippi
6-3, 197
College: Played in 51 games (27 starts) at Ole Miss, recording 106 receptions for 1,454 yards (13.7 avg.) and 11 TDs...Finished his Rebels' career ranked in the Top 20 in receptions and tied for 11th in TD catches...Played in 12 games (11 starts) as a senior in 2016, posting 35 catches for 456 yards and 1 TD...Had 4 catches for 76 yards against No. 15 Auburn...Posted his best season as a junior in 2015, recording career highs in receptions (38), receiving yards (604) and receiving TDs (7)...His 7 TDs ranked fifth in the SEC...Helped the Rebel offense break several single-season school records, including total yards, points, touchdowns and passing yards...Secured 5 passes for a career-high 120 yards and 3 TDs vs. Fresno State...Played in every game (five starts) at slot receiver in 2014...Tallied 26 receptions for 313 yards and 2 TDs...Appeared in all 13 games (two starts) as a freshman in 2013 and recorded 7 catches for 81 yards...Majored in general studies at Mississippi.

WR C.J. Board, Tennessee-Chattanooga
6-0, 181
College: Appeared in 51 games (47 starts), recording 2,032 receiving yards on 146 receptions, which rank fifth and sixth in school history, respectively...Also tallied 10 receiving TDs...Registered 42 PRs for 438 yards and 9 KORs for 147 yards...Produced a career-high and team-leading 725 yards on 46 catches and 5 TDs as a senior in 2016, adding 25 PRs for 212 yards (8.5 avg.), including a career-long 72 yarder...Led the team with 42 catches for 507 yards and 2 TDs as a junior...Also named second-team All-SoCon as a punt returner after registering 180 yards on 13 punt returns (13.8 avg.)...Earning second-team All-SoCon honors by the league's coaches as a sophomore, he finished second on the team with 507 catches and 2 TDs...Notched a 66-yard TD grab on the first play 19 seconds into the game at The Citadel, which stands as the fastest TD in UTC's Division-I history...Registered 23 receptions for 213 yards as a freshman in 2013...Graduated with a civil engineering degree.

ILB Bam Bradley, Pittsburgh
5-11, 230
College: Saw action in 48 games (eight starts) at Pitt, totaling 106 tackles (72 solo), 17 TFL (-63 yards), 4 sacks, 1 INT and 1 FR...As a senior in 2016, tallied 29 tackles, including 5.5 TFL with 1 sack...Totaled 33 tackles, including 5 TFL and 1 sack, and 1 FF his junior year...Registered 36 tackles, including 4 TFL and 2 sacks, and posted 1 INT as a sophomore...Tallied 4 tackles and 1 sack against Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl...Posted 8 stops, including 2.5 TFL, and 1 FR as a redshirt freshman...Redshirted his true freshman season when he earned Big East All-Academic Football Team honors...Graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics.

DE Omarius Bryant, Western Kentucky
6-3, 315
College: Saw action in 27 games (25 starts) in two years at Western Kentucky after transferring from Southwest Mississippi Community College...Registered 67 tackles (34 solo), 4.5 sacks (-32 yards), 13 TFL, 1 FR and 1 PD for the Hilltoppers...Named second-team All-Conference USA as a senior in 2016 by the league's coaches after producing 37 tackles, 3 sacks and 9.5 TFL for the league's top rushing defense (97.2 ypg)...Produced 4 stops, including 1 sack, at Alabama...Recorded 3 tackles, including a career-high 2 sacks (-11 yards) in a 31-24 win vs. Miami (OH)...Appeared in 13 games as a junior in 2015, tallying 30 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 3.5 TFL...Named an All-MACJC first-team All-South selection after posting a team-leading 86 tackles in 2014 at Southwest Mississippi Community College...Produced a season-high 20 tackles (12 solo) in a 38-14 win vs. East Central CC...In his final five games, he racked up double-digit tackles in each, including 18 (14 solo) vs. Pearl River CC...Tallied 13 total tackles as a freshman in 2013...Graduated with a sports management degree.

CB Carlos Davis, Mississippi
5-8, 174
College: Appeared in 38 career games (five starts), recording 68 tackles (51 solo), 2 FRs and 1 PD...Registered 856 KOR yards on 40 attempts (22.8 avg.) and returned 19 punts for 124 yards (6.5 avg.)...Named second-team All-SEC by Pro Football Focus and third-team by Athlon as a return specialist in 2016, totaling 33 KORs for 754 yards (22.8 avg.) and 6 PRs for 49 yards...His 22.8 KOR average ranked fourth in the SEC...Also tallied a career-high 27 tackles (18 solo)...As a junior in 2015, recorded 21 tackles (16 solo), 1 FR and 1 PD...Posted 3 KORs for 39 yards and tallied 75 PR yards on 13 attempts...Redshirted in 2014 after suffering a torn ACL in fall camp...Appeared in seven games in 2013, primarily on special teams with some action at cornerback...Recorded 13 tackles, including 11 solo stops...Played in six games on special teams as a freshman in 2012, posting 7 special teams tackles...Joined the team in the fall of 2012 as a walk-on...Graduated with a degree in recreation administration at Mississippi.

S Daniel Henry, New Mexico
6-0, 186
College: Appeared in 28 career games (25 starts) at New Mexico, recording 149 tackles (93 solo), 5.5 TFL (-17 yards), 10 PD, 4 FFs, 2 FRs and 1 sack...As a redshirt senior in 2016, he posted 65 tackles (42 solo), 2.5 TFL (-6 yards), 6 PD and 2 FFs en route to earning honorable mention All-Mountain West honors…Also named New Mexico's Colonel H.J. Golightly Defensive MVP...Notched a season-high 8 tackles vs. Hawaii…Played in all 13 games (12 starts) as a junior in 2015 and recorded a career-high 72 tackles (48 solo), 3 TFL (-11 yards), 2 FFs and 2 FRs...His 72 tackles ranked second on the team...Posted a career-high 12 tackles, adding 1 TFL and 1 PD vs. San Jose State...Earned a medical redshirt in 2014 after suffering a torn labrum in the second game...Played at Iowa Western in 2013, earning All-Midwest Football Conference honors with 46 tackles, 2.5 TFL, 1 INT, 2 FFs, 1 FR and 9 PD...Played one season at Weber State, appearing in 11 games as a true freshman in 2012…Earned a degree in business administration and is currently working on his MBA.

C Brandon Kublanow, Georgia
6-2, 302
College: Named one of four captains as a senior, starting the final 39-straight games of his career, including all 13 in 2016...Was named by league coaches as a preseason second-team All-SEC selection and earned his second Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award for being a player who most strains his potential following the 2016 spring practice...Started all 13 games as a junior in 2015, earning *AP *All-SEC second-team honors and the Frank Sinkwich Toughness Award...Was a recipient of the Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award and the UGA J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Honor Roll...Started all 13 contests for the Bulldogs as a sophomore (2014), helping the team rush for 257.8 yards per game, which ranked first in the SEC...Played in nine games as a freshman...Graduated with a real estate degree from Georgia.

RB Taquan MIzzell, Virginia5-10, 197
College: Saw action in 46 career games (22 starts) to finish his career as the only player in ACC history with 1,500-plus rushing and 1,500-plus career receiving yards...Recorded 2,075 career rushing yards, 1,560 receiving yards and 683 KOR yards...Ranks No. 2 all time at UVA with 195 receptions, which are the most ever by an ACC running back...Had at least 1 catch in 45-straight games to end his career...Named All-ACC honorable mention in 2016 after playing in all 12 games (11 starts) as a senior...Had a career-high 944 rushing yards and 5 rushing TDs, adding 52 receptions for 404 yards and 2 TDs...Earned third-team All-ACC honors in 2015 after recording 671 rushing yards and 4 TDs, adding 75 receptions for 721 receiving yards (new record by an ACC running back) and 4 TDs...Played in 12 games in 2014, rushing 64 times for 280 yards and 2 TDs, adding 39 receptions for 271 yards...Played in 10 games as a freshman and recorded 45 carries for 184 yards and 1 TD, adding 29 receptions for 164 yards and 1 TD...Graduated with an anthropology

FB Ricky Ortiz, Oregon State6-0, 230
College: Played in 45 games at Oregon State, making eight starts at three different positions: tight end (six), fullback (one) and linebacker (one)...Was also a standout performer on special teams coverages...As a senior, switched to TE/H-back after playing LB the previous year...Went on to record 5 receptions for 34 yards and 1 TD while adding 8 special teams tackles...Recorded 28 tackles, including 3.5 TFL with 1 sack, and 1 INT as a junior LB...Played FB as a sophomore in 2014, posting 12 catches for 90 yards and leading Oregon State with 11 ST tackles...Played mostly on special teams as a redshirt freshman in 2013 after moving from TE to FB...Redshirted his true freshman season in 2012...Was a three-time Pac-12 Academic All-Conference honoree...Graduated with an agricultural sciences degree from OSU.

WR Tim Patrick, Utah6-4, 208
College: Appeared in 22 career games (14 starts) at Utah, recording 61 receptions for 888 yards (14.6 avg.) and 5 TDs...As a senior in 2016, led the team in receptions (45), receiving yards (711) and TD catches (5)...Finished ninth in the Pac-12 in receiving yards per game (59.2) and sixth in yards per catch (15.8)...Recorded 6 receptions for 100 yards and scored the game-winning TD with :16 seconds remaining vs. USC... Posted a season-high 121 receiving yards on 6 catches, adding 1 TD at San Jose State...Played briefly in one game in 2015 before missing the remainder of the season with an injury...Appeared in the first nine games (four starts) in his first season at Utah (2014), posting 16 receptions for 177 yards...Hauled in 3 catches for 21 yards prior to suffering a season-ending injury against Oregon...Prior to Utah, he spent time at Grossmont College, where he garnered first-team All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors in 2013 after posting 53 receptions for 964 yards and 8 TDs...Earned bachelor's degrees in sociology and human development and family studies.

LB Donald Payne, Stetson
5-11, 217
College: Saw action in 44 career games (43 starts) at Stetson, where he was a four-year captain, four-time first-team All-Pioneer Football League selection, three-time All-American and three-time PFL Defensive Player of the Year (2014-16)...Recorded 538 tackles (344 solo), 65.5 TFL (-296 yards), 14 sacks (-110 yards), 9 INTs, 42 PD, 7 FFs and 8 FRs...His 538 career tackles rank third all time in Division-I (FBS/FCS) history...Started all 10 games he appeared in as a senior in 2016, posting 114 tackles (83 solo), 14.5 TFL (-59 yards), 3 sacks (-22 yards), 1 INT, 2 PD, 3 FFs and 2 FRs...Started all 11 contests for the Hatters in 2015 and led the team and league with 126 tackles (96 solo), adding 16 TFLs (-58 yards), 1 sack, 2 INTs, 14 PD and 1 FR...Tallied a season-high 17 tackles vs. Campbell...Recorded career highs in tackles (185, which led all of NCAA football at all levels), TFL (19) and sacks (5.5) as a sophomore in 2014...Named the PFL Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2013...Earned a degree in finance...Is the first Stetson player to sign with an NFL team in the modern era.

DE Patrick Ricard, Maine*6-3, 300
*College: Appeared in 44 games at Maine, posting 208 tackles, 47.5 TFL, 18 sacks, 11 PD, 3 FFs, 1 FR and 2 blocked kicks...As a senior in 2016, earned All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) first-team honors after racking up 50 tackles, 15.5 TFL and 5.5 sacks...Was also tabbed a STATS FCS All-American third-team selection and earned a place on the Division-I FCS All-Star team...During his junior campaign, he was named to the CAA All-Conference first team and earned ECAC D-I Football Championship Subdivision All-Star second-team honors...Posted 53 tackles on the year, leading the CAA in TFL (16.5) and ranking sixth in the league in sacks (7)...Added 3 FFs and 2 PD...As a sophomore, recorded 46 tackles, 9.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 6 PD and a blocked kick...Earned College Sports Journal FCS All-Freshman second-team honors as a redshirt freshman in 2013, tallying 59 tackles, 6 TFL, 1 sack and 1 FR...Redshirted as a true freshman...Was an economics major at Maine.

OG Maurquice Shakir, Middle Tennessee State6-4, 308
College: Playing in 26 career games (25 starts) at MTSU, he twice (2015 & 2016) earned honorable mention All-Conference USA honors...Tabbed third-team All-Conference by *Phil Steele *as a senior, when he started 13 games and was part of an offense that produced the C-USA's most pass attempts, yet allowed the fewest sacks...Also helped the team register a 1,000-yard rusher, 1,000-yard receiver and set single-season records in points, TDs and total yards...Started 12 games as a junior, with the Blue Raider attack setting single-season records in total offense, scoring and passing yards...Also helped MTSU post a 4,000-yard passer and two 1,000-yard receivers in a season for the first time...Redshirted his first year at MTSU...Prior to that, was enrolled at Santa Monica College, where he helped lead the team to an 8-2 record in 2013 and 9-2 mark in 2012...Started 21 games at SMC...Earned a liberal arts degree and started pursuing a degree in communication in the spring of 2017.

QB Zach Terrell, Western Michigan*6-1, 212 *
College: Played in 48 games (45 starts), finishing as Western Michigan's career record holder for passing yards (11,947) and completion percentage (66%)...Accumulated 107 total TDs (95 passing & 12 rushing)...Earned All-MAC second-team honors as a senior in 2016 after completing 263 of 377 passes for 3,533 yards and 34 TDs, leading the Broncos to a 13-0 regular season record...Earning third-team All-MAC honors, he threw for a career-high 3,526 yards and 29 TDs in 2015...Named to the All-MAC second team in 2014 after connecting on a conference-leading 68% of his passes (250 of 368) for 3,443 yards and 26 TDs...Attempted 251 passes in nine games (six starts) as a freshman in 2013, completing 133 for 1,602 yards and 8 TDs...Played with Ravens QB Joe Flacco's brother, Tom, and the 2017 NFL Draft's No. 5-overall selection, WR Corey Davis...Graduated with a finance degree from WMU.

WR Tim White, Arizona State*5-10; 175
*College: In 25 games (17 starts) at ASU, compiled 3,381 all-purpose yards (135.2 ypg) in just two years after playing two seasons and redshirting another at College of the Canyons...As a senior in 2016, produced a team-high 713 receiving yards and 2 TDs on 56 receptions, adding 33 KORs for 709 yards and 20 PRs for 254 yards and 1 TD...Set the single-season school record with 972 KOR yards on 36 attempts (27.0 avg.), including a 100-yard KOR-TD, in 2015...Added 57 receptions for 633 yards and a team-high 8 receiving TDs...Competed in the long jump and the triple jump at Arizona State, placing fourth in the triple jump in the 2016 track and field championships and participating in the 2016 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials...In his two playing seasons at College of the Canyons, he tallied 101 catches for 1,531 yards and 18 TDs and returned 33 kicks for 894 yards and 1 TD...Also set the school long jump record (23-11.75) and triple jump record (15.0 meters)...Majored in communications at ASU.

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