Baltimore's rookie class is complete.
After making 11 draft picks last week, the Ravens added 11 more players as undrafted free agents. To make room for all the new prospects on the roster, the Ravens cut running back Terrence Magee and wide receiver Chuck Jacobs.
Here's the full list of undrafted rookie additions:
OG Jarell Broxton, Baylor6-foot-3, 327 pounds
COLLEGE: Saw action in 26 career games (21 starts) in two years at Baylor after transferring from junior college (Lackawanna)...Named first-team All-Big 12 by the AP and second-team by the league's coaches after starting all 13 games at RG as a senior in 2015...Helped guide an offensive line that paved the way for the nation's No. 2 rushing attack (326.7 ypg) and led the conference after allowing just 1.15 sacks per game...Also led the team with 54 knockdown blocks...Earned Lineman of the Week honors after recording a career-high 7 knockdowns at Kansas State...Appeared in all 13 games (eight starts at RG) in his first season with Baylor in 2014...Helped an offensive line that finished second in the conference with 215.5 rushing yards per game and allowed just 1.85 sacks per game...Also recorded 29 knockdowns on the season...Prior to transferring to Baylor, attended Lackawanna (PA) College, where he was ranked the 31st-best junior college prospect by ESPN JC50...Graduated with a degree in health, kinesiology and leisure studies.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Quince Orchard (Gaithersburg, MD) HS, where he played mainly on the defensive line.
DT Trevon Coley, Florida Atlanta6-21, 304 pounds
COLLEGE: Starting all 48 collegiate games he played, Coley produced 195 tackles (83 solo), 12.5 sacks (-90 yards), 21 TFL (-109 yards), 1 INT, 3 PD, 4 FRs and 1 FF...As a 2015 team captain his senior season, he racked up career highs in tackles (66), sacks (4.5), TFL (8.5), FRs (2), FF (1) and PD (2) en route to earning first-team All-Conference USA honors...As a junior in 2014, he tallied 53 tackles (21 solo), 4 sacks (-39 yards), 6.5 TFL (-43 yards), 1 FR and his first-career INT...Registered a career high 9 tackles vs. North Texas...During his 2013 sophomore campaign, he recorded 37 tackles (19 solo), 2.5 sacks (-16 yards), 3.5 TFL (-18 yards) and 1 FR...Played in (and started) every game as a true freshman in 2012, recording multiple tackles in all but two games...Posted 39 stops (17 solo), 1.5 sacks (-6 yards) and 2.5 TFL (-8 yards) on the year...Earned a degree in sociology from Florida Atlantic.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Miramar (FL) HS, where he earned second team All-State and first-team All-Broward County honors as a senior...Was also a team captain for the state title runner-up squad...Relative of QB Rohan Davey, who played for LSU and the New England Patriots...First name pronounced: TRUH-von
C Anthony Fabiano, Harvard6-3, 303 pounds
COLLEGE: Saw action in 32 career games, starting 29 for the Crimson...Versatile lineman who played both guard and tackle positions in his four-year career at Harvard (started 11 at LT, 10 at RG, seven at LG and one at RT)...Named to the Reese's Senior Bowl Watch List, first-team All-Ivy League, second-team ECAC FCS All-Star and All-New England team as a senior (2015) for the Ivy League co-champions...All-Ivy League Honorable Mention selection as a junior (2014)... Named to Phil Steele's first-team All-Ivy League as a sophomore (2013)...Played his freshman season (2012) blocking for Ravens FB Kyle Juszczyk, starting all 10 games at LT...Graduated with an economics degree from Harvard.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Was a two-year starter at TE and DE at Wakefield (MA) HS, where he earned All-Scholastic honors from the Boston Herald and first-team All-League accolades as a senior captain...On defense, he led the team with 9 sacks and 57 tackles, while on offense, Fabiano contributed 23 receptions for 267 yards... Earned the school's Michael Magliozzi Award for moral, scholastic and athletic excellence, honoring the former player who died tragically in a car accident.
ILB Cavellis Luckett, Middle Tennessee State6-0, 245 pounds
COLLEGE: Appeared in 46 career games (37 starts), recording 267 tackles (159 solo), 25 TFL (-39 yards), 3 FFs, 3 FRs and 6 PD...Saw action in 25 games (16 starts) in two years at Middle Tennessee State after transferring from a junior college…Posted 129 tackles (92 solo), 8 TFL (-30 yards), 2.5 sacks (-23 yards), 5 PD, 2 FFs and 3 FRs at MTSU...Named honorable mention All-Conference USA after registering 72 tackles (45 solo), a half-sack (-4 yards), 5 TFL (-10 yards), 1 PD, 2 FRs and 1 FF as a senior in 2015…Played 12 games (three starts) in 2014, recording 57 tackles (47 solo), 3 TFL (-20 yards), 4 PD, 1 FF and 1 FR in his junior season...Before enrolling at MTSU, tallied 83 tackles, 8 TFL and 2 sacks as a second-year player at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in 2013…Named first-team All-MACJC...Posted 68 tackles, 2 sacks, 9 TFL (-8 yards), 2 FFs and 1 INT as a freshman in 2012…Graduated with a degree in English from MTSU.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at McComb (MS) HS, where he earned Defensive MVP in three-straight years...Earned the Best Linebacker Award his junior and senior seasons…Also played basketball...First name is pronounced: cah-VELL-us
P/K Wil Lutz, Georgia State5-11, 184 pounds
COLLEGE: Played in 47 career games (most in school history), serving primarily as the team's placekicker, but added punting duties as a senior...Lutz is the program's career leader in FGs (31), PATs (120) and points (213) and owns the school's top career punting average (42.8 avg.) on 92 punts...Finished his career 31-of-46 on FGAs (67.4 percent), with eight of his misses coming from beyond 48 yards...Was 23-of- 27 (85.2 percent) from inside the 40-yard line...Named second-team All-Sun Belt at punter and was nominated for the Ray Guy Award (nation's top punter) as a senior in 2015...Finished 7-of-8 on FGAs and converted all 35 PATs as a junior in 2014...Added punting duties halfway through the season...Kicked the game-winning 26-yard FG against Abilene Christian with :04 seconds remaining...Was 8-of-12 on FGAs as a sophomore in 2013...Converted a school-record 53-yard FG at No. 1 Alabama...Was 4-of-7 on FGAs and 18-of-18 on PATs as a true freshman...Majored in criminal justice.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Northgate (Newnan, GA) HS, where he was a two-time All-County placekicker by The Newnan Times-Herald...Was 5-of-8 on FGAs as a senior, helping his team to an 11-1 finish...Was also All-County in soccer.
OT Stephane Nembot, Colorado6-6, 322 pounds
COLLEGE: From 2013-15 (37 games, all starts), played in 2,777 of 2,836 snaps (97.9%)...Ended his career with the second-longest starting streak on the team, making 44 overall starts in college...As a senior in 2015, started all 13 games at OT (five at RT and eight at LT)...For the second-straight year, was presented CU's Offensive Trench Award as the team's top O-lineman...As a junior in 2014, started all 12 games at RT, playing in a team-high 988 snaps...Was named the Buffs' top O-lineman... Started all 12 games at RT as a sophomore, playing the second-most snaps on offense (823)...As a redshirt freshman, saw action in all 12 games (seven starts at RT)...Redshirted his true freshman season, originally playing DE before moving to the O-line...Earned a degree in international affairs from Colorado.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Earned All-Region and All-League honors at Montclair Prep (Panorama City, CA), where as a senior, he had 61 tackles, 11 sacks, 2 FFs and 2 FRs...Lettered in basketball, soccer and volleyball...Enjoys kickboxing and Tai Chi...Speaks three different languages (English, French & Spanish) and 11 African dialects...Full name pronounced: steff-ON, NAME-bot.
OLB Vicor Ochi, Stony Brook6-1, 246 pounds
COLLEGE: An All-American selection and the Colonial Athletic Association Co- Defensive Player of the Year, Ochi led the CAA with 13 sacks (second in FCS) as a senior for a Seawolves' unit that ranked No. 1 in FCS total defense (250.1 ypg) in 2015...The 13 sacks are second most in single-season school history, and his 32.5-career sacks are also a program record...Had four games in 2015 with at least 2 sacks, including 3.5 vs. New Hampshire...His 16.5 TFL also led the CAA...Tallied 182 tackles in his four-year career...Invited to the 2016 NFL Combine and the East-West Shrine Game, where he was elected by his peers to be one of the game's captains... Had 11 sacks (-55 yards) and 16.5 TFL (-75 yards) as a junior in 11 starts and 5.5 sacks (-45 yards) and 10 TFL (-58 yards) as a sophomore (nine starts)...Started five games as a redshirt freshman, tallying 3 sacks (-24 yards) and 7.5 TFL (-32 yards)
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Graduated from Valley Stream Central (Valley Stream, NY) HS, earning All-New York State, All-Nassau County and All-Long Island honors as a senior...Also ran track for Valley Stream...Graduated with a degree in health science...Last name pronounced: O-chee
OLB Mario Ojemudia, Michigan6-2, 255 pounds
COLLEGE: Appeared in 39 career games (seven starts), recording 82 tackles (47 solo), 17.5 TFL (-75 yards), 8 sacks (-55 yards) and 2 FRs…Before suffering a season ending Achilles injury as a senior in 2015, he played in five games (four starts), recording 19 tackles (10 solo), 1 FF, 1 PD, 1 INT and 6 TFL (-27), including 2 sacks (-20 yards)…In 2014, he appeared in 12 games (three starts), recording 32 tackles (17 solo), 1 PD and 7.5 TFL (-34 yards), including 3.5 sacks (-24 yards)…As a sophomore in 2012, he appeared in all 13 games and registered 20 tackles (12 solo) and 1.5 TFL (-9 yards)…Posted 11 tackles (8 solo), 2.5 TFL (-5 yards), 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FR and 1 INT as a freshman…Majored in communication studies at Michigan.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Harrison (Farmington Hills, MI) HS, where as a senior, Rivals.com ranked him the No. 12 player in the state and Scout.com the No. 20 DE in the nation after posting 80 tackles, 19 TFL, 16 sacks and 1 FR…Named first-team All-State by the Associated Press…Ranked as the No. 23 DE in the nation and No. 5 prospect in Michigan by ESPN.com…Had 127 tackles and 12 sacks as a junior…Also lettered in track & field...Last name is pronounced: oh-juh-MOO-dee-uh
ILB Patrick Onwuasor, Portland State6-0, 213 pounds
COLLEGE: Played in 34 career games (22 starts) in two years at Portland State (2014- 15) and one season at Arizona (2012)...Named an FCS first-team All-American and was a first-team All-Big Sky selection after starting all 12 games at safety as a senior in 2015...Helped Portland State to a 9-2 record after ranking second in the FCS with 9 INTs (157 return yards), adding 85 tackles (49 solo), 10 PD and 3 TFL...Recorded a career-high 10 solo tackles, including 1 TFL, and 1 PD in his final collegiate game against Northern Iowa...Appeared in 10 games (eight starts) as a junior in 2014, recording 53 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 sack, 2 PD and 1 INT-TD (42 yards)...Played one season at Arizona (2012), where he appeared in 12 games (two starts) and recorded 36 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 PD...Earned Scout Team Player of the Year as a redshirt freshman...Graduated from Portland State with a degree in social science
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Inglewood (CA) HS, where he was named PrepStar All-West Region...Posted 37 receptions for 745 yards and 7 TDs, adding 6 INTs (164 return yards) as a senior...Has volunteered at Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp (Portland, OR) helping serve people with disabilities...Often goes by the nickname "Peanut"... Last name is pronounced: o-WAH-so
DT Michael Pierce, Samford6-0, 329 pounds
COLLEGE: Played in 47 career collegiate games (32 starts), racking up 145 tackles, 3.5 sacks and 24 TFL...As a senior in 2015, tallied 48 tackles (27 solo), 2.5 sacks (-19 yards) and 9 TFL (-34 yards) en route to earning first-team All-Southern Conference honors... Also carried the ball 4 times for 3 yards, posting 2 TDs in goal-line situations...As a junior in 2014, named second-team All-SoCon by both the league's coaches and media after starting all 11 games and producing 35 tackles (26 solo), 5 TFL and 1 sack...During his 2013 sophomore campaign, played in 13 games (11 starts), racking up 47 tackles (24 solo), 5 TFL and 1 FF...Transferred to Samford after two seasons at Tulane, where he played in all 13 Green Wave games as a freshman in 2011...Was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team after tallying 15 tackles (9 solo)... Earned a degree in public administration from Samford.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Was a two-year letterman at Daphne (AL) HS, where he helped lead the Trojans to a combined 21-8 record, including a 15-0 campaign and a state championship as a senior...Named first-team All-State and All-District while garnering 1st & 10 Club Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior.
C Matt Skura, Duke6-4, 291 pounds
COLLEGE: Appeared in 50-career games, with 40-consecutive starts to close his career...Played 3,058 total snaps for the Blue Devils…Named second-team All-American by USA Today, fourth-team All-American by Phil Steele and honorable mention All-American by Sports Illustrated as a senior in 2015…Also earned first team All-ACC honors by the Atlantic Coast Sport Media Association after helping Duke rank third in total offense (5,712 yards) in the ACC…Started all 13 games at center as a junior in 2014 and helped the offense rise to No. 2 in the conference in fewest sacks allowed per game (1.0)...Named third-team All-ACC by the ACSMA and was part of an offense that set a school single-season record for total yards (5,966) and points (459) as a redshirt sophomore in 2013...Saw action in 10 games as redshirt freshman…Graduated with a degree in psychology and a certificate in human development from Duke.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Worthington Kilbourne (Columbus, OH) HS, where as a senior, ESPN.com ranked him the No. 13 center in the nation…Named first-team All-Metro and first-team All-Conference by The Columbus Dispatch… Also lettered in track and field...Last name is pronounced: SKUR-uh