Weight: 340 lbs
College: Texas A&M
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Defensive lineman Chris Wormley put the packing peanuts in rookie Daylon Mack's truck when he forgot to bring cinnamon buns to a meeting.
The tight ends win the best 'bromance' of camp, the best moment of camp was when comedian Michael Blackston performed and the best prankster was Chris Wormley. Watch on Instagram and Snapchat!
The best part of our 'What's in the Box?' game was watching rookie DT Daylon "Mack Truck" Mack be totally shook by a hidden football.
A football? Jell-O? A puppy? Ravens players put their hands inside a box and guess what hidden stuff is inside.
They call the rookie from Texas A&M the "Mack Truck" and you'll see why.
Who has the best nickname? And, the rookies share their hidden talents, role models and most importantly pick Game of Thrones or Avengers.
The rookie class has some clever nicknames, and the newcomers had some fun discussing which one is the best.
The defensive tackle from Texas A&M talked about his connection to the Ravens during the pre-draft process.
Rookie minicamp opened this weekend and the newcomers step on the field for their first NFL practice.
The big defensive tackle from Texas A&M is called ‘Mack Truck,’ which is one of the best nicknames on the roster.
General Manager Eric DeCosta and Head Coach John Harbaugh meet with the media after concluding the draft.
The big-bodied defensive tackle from Texas A&M gives the Ravens a stout run stuffer.
The Baltimore Ravens select Texas A&M defensive tackle Daylon Mack No. 160 in Round 5 of the 2019 NFL Draft.