The Ravens have signed seven draft picks one the first day of rookie minicamp.
That’s more than half of Baltimore’s 11-man class.
Baltimore inked deals with second-round outside linebacker Kamalei Correa, fourth-round offensive tackle Alex Lewis, fourth-round wide receiver Chris Moore, fourth-round defensive tackle Willie Henry, fourth-round running back Kenneth Dixon, fifth-round linebacker Matthew Judon and sixth-round cornerback Maurice Canady.
The list includes four of the Ravens’ five fourth-round picks. The Ravens’ first fourth-round selection, cornerback Tavon Young, is the one outlier.
First-round offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley has not signed his deal yet. First-round picks generally take a little more time than their peers. Breshad Perriman signed on May 11 last year and C.J. Mosley was on May 27 the year before.
Correa couldn’t wait to get going on Friday.