2015 Baltimore Ravens Undrafted Free Agents: Updated Post Minicamp List

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Jerry Lovelocke, Quarterback, Prarie View A&M

January 17, 2015; Carson, CA, USA; American quarterback Jerry Lovelocke (8) of Prairie A&M throws against National during the first half of the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl at StubHub Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The Ravens are always on the lookout for a developmental quarterback, and this year they have brought in a Baltimore native in Lovelocke.  A four year starter with size (6’5″, 248 pounds, 10 1/2″ hands), Lovelocke might get a look at tight end instead of QB.  His college stats as a thrower were very unimpressive, after all, with a 57.6% completion percentage and 16:9 touchdown to interception ratio in his senior season.

Terrence Magee, Running Back, LSU

Jan 17, 2015; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; East running back Terrence Magee (15), of LSU, runs with the ball as West cornerback Gregory Henderson (20), of Colorado, defends during the first quarter at the East-West Shrine Game at Tropicana Field . Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

A rotational back at LSU, Magee racked up 1,330 yards on 226 carries (5.88 ypc) and 12 touchdowns for the Tigers.  Magee isn’t going to create yards on his own, but he will get what’s blocked and is excellent in pass pro.  He is also a pretty good receiver out of the backfield, catching 24 passes in college.  Magee’s problem is that he has a similar profile to Lorenzo Taliaferro and Javorius Allen, both of whom the Ravens spent a draft pick on in the last two seasons.

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