2015 Baltimore Ravens Undrafted Free Agents: Updated Post Minicamp List
Nick Easton, Center, Harvard
A solid zone blocking lineman, Easton has shown good body control and balance. He plays with poise and confidence and demonstrates sound mechanics. He lacks length, however, and generates little movement when drive blocking despite possessing obvious strength (29 reps on the bench at the NFL Combine). Easton has a pretty good shot at a reserve center spot with a zone scheme team like the Ravens.
Kaleb Johnson, Guard, Rutgers
Dec 26, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Rutgers Scarlet Knights offensive lineman Kaleb Johnson (72) blocks North Carolina Tar Heels linebacker Jeff Schoettmer (10) in the 2014 Quick Lane Bowl at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports
A strong (34 reps on the bench) zone blocker who has excellent foot quickness, Johnson plays with tenacity but lacks the leg drive necessary to erase defenders from a play. His quickness on the inside and raw strength may help him latch on to a roster somewhere, but Johnson needs work on the edge and at the second level.
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