The end of the draft is not the end of acquiring players.
Baltimore’s front office went right back to work Saturday night trying to lure undrafted free agents to the Ravens.
Here’s a rundown on the reported signings that have already happened (Note: None of these moves have been confirmed by the front office):
WR Andre Levrone, Virginia
The Virginia football team tweeted Saturday that Levrone is set to become a Raven. At 6-foot-3, 225 pounds, Levrone is a big-bodied receiver. He caught 34 passes for 689 yards and seven touchdowns last season.
LB Alvin Jones, UTEP
The Ravens have a long history of finding successful undrafted linebackers – Zach Orr, Bart Scott and Albert McClellan are a few examples – and UTEP’s Alvin jones hopes to follow in their footsteps. He was a tackling machine in college, making 343 tackles over his career. UTEP’s football team tweeted the news.
LB Mason McKenrick, John Carroll
The linebacker from Division III John Carroll is headed to Baltimore, according to the Mentor News-Herald, which shared video of McKenrick getting the phone call from Baltimore. Ravens’ Assistant Head Coach Greg Roman is also a graduate of John Carroll, so he likely has good information about the incoming prospect.
WR Jaelon Acklin, Western Illinois
Acklin is a 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver who set a school record last year by catching 84 passes for 1,369 yards. His best career game came against South Dakota, where he caught 19 passes for 343 yards. He’ll enter a crowded competition for roster spots at the position.
DT Du’Vonta Lampkin, Oklahoma
Lampkin tweeted that he will join some of his former teammates in Baltimore. He’ll re-unite with offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and tight end Mark Andrews, who were both drafted in the third round. The 6-foot-4, 335-pound defensive lineman is a massive man to move, and he fits the mold of a traditional run stuffer.
OL Randin Crecelius, Portland State
The 6-foot-5, 305-pound offensive lineman moved all over the offensive line during his career at Portland State, and he established himself as a reliable, versatile player. His agent, Brett Tessler, tweeted that he will join the Ravens. Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor was an undrafted free agent out of Portland State two years ago, but ultimately made the team and earned a starting job.
OL Alex Thompson, Monmouth
After starting all four years in college, Monmouth’s Alex Thompson will reportedly join the Ravens. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound lineman will compete on a crowded offensive line, according to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan. Thompson attended Monmouth after starting his college career at the University of West Virginia as a wrestler.
LS Trent Sieg, Colorado State
The Ravens are bringing in another long snapper ahead of next weekend’s rookie minicamp. Colorado State’s football team tweeted that Trent Sieg is headed to Baltimore. The Ravens already have an entrenched veteran long snapper in Morgan Cox, but Sieg will get a chance to learn from one of the league’s best.