Ravens Undrafted Free Agent Tracker: Live analysis for every 2024 UDFA signing

The Ravens are taking chances on some undrafted names.
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The 2024 NFL Draft has brought another collection of future stars to the Baltimore Ravens, as Eric DeCosta made sure he used his premium draft picks on impact players like Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins and Washington right tackle Roger Rosengarten.

That doesn't mean Baltimore is totally finished when it comes to adding important players who could play a role in next season's championship push. DeCosta and the Ravens are normally quite aggressive in bringing in undrafted players that fit a particular role, and this year should be no different.

If the Ravens managed to act quickly, DeCosta can keep the momentum from the last few rounds of the riding high. Baltimore will bring in multiple undrafted names that fell through the cracks. Perhaps some of them could sneak their way onto Baltimore's 53-man roster.

Justin Tucker, Bart Scott, Priest Holmes, and new DC Zach Orr are just a few of the more impactful names that have come to the Ravens as undrafted free agents and eventually made their mark as franchise fixtures. Who will be next up on the docket?

List of Baltimore Ravens undrafted free agent signings

  • Joe Evans, EDGE, Iowa

The Ravens have signed their first undrafted free agent in Iowa edge rusher Joe Evans. Evans recorded 28.5 sacks over five years for the Hawkeyes, earning third-team All-Big Ten honors.

At 6-foot-1, 246 pounds, Evans posted an excellent 8.71 RAS. He has a chance to stick on the back end of the roster as a depth edge rusher/special-teams player.

  • Beau Brade, SAF, Maryland

Brade was one of the more surprising undrafted free agents, as he warranted a Day 3 pick. Brade was an average athlete, but he was a tremendous turnover creator during his career with solid ball skills.

If all goes as planned, Brade will compete for a roster spot with seventh-round pick Sanoussi Kane. The Clrksville native piled up 160 tackles and three interceptions during his final two seasons with the Terrapins

Tayvion Robinson, WR, Kentucky

The Ravens seem to be giving Devin Leary some added comfort, as Robinson was his top pass catcher during his lone season as the starter in Kentucky. The Virginia tech transfer recorded between 400 and 600 yards in all five of his collegiate seasons.

Robinson bombed his testing in basically every area, showing poor speed and explosion with a 5-11 frame. He makes up for it with solid hands and nuanced route-running. Special teams could be his calling card.

  • Yvandy Rigby, LB, Temple

Born in Turks and Caicos, Yvandy Rigby didn't start playing football until high school. He played 36 games over five years at Temple, establishing himself as a team leader and key defensive standout.

Rigby is undersized at just 6-foot, 239 pounds, but he's a physical player who still has some untapped potential. He could find a home on special teams with a strong summer.

  • Dayton Wade, WR, Ole Miss

Wade rcorded 55 catches, 830 yards, and four touchdowns for the Rebels last season. Wade has great speed, but will need to get the Ravens to look past his 5-9, 175-pound frame to stick in the pros.

  • Corey Bullock, OG, Maryland

After missing out on Delmar Glaze, the Ravens got his left guard running mate in Bullock. With solid power, Bullock will need to flash athletic ability if he wants to hang around in the pros.

  • Tramel Walthour, DL, Georgia

Walthour recorded just 11 tackles last year at Georgia, but a defensive line full of current and future pros made it tough for him to break into tthe starting lineup. The Ravens are banking on his raw talent shining through and overruling his rough college tape.

  • Ja'Mion Franklin, DT, Duke

Franklin tallied 31 tackles and a sack across from DeWayne Carter on the Blue Devils' defensive line last season. Carter is a classic run-stuffing tackle, so much so that he is worthy of sneaking onto the back end of a roster due to that skill.

  • Isaiah Washington, WR, Rutgers

Washington amassed just 76 catches and three touchdowns in his five seasons with the Rutgers. As is often the case with receiver swho get bacuumed up on the UDFA market, Washington is a worthwhile athletic project at 6-3 and 210 pounds.

  • DeAngelo Hardy, WR, North Central

Hardy comes from a Division III program, but his gaudy numbers of 75 catches, 1,353 yards, and 20 touchdowns wwre good enough to get the Ravens interested.

  • Deion Jennings, LB, Rutgers

Jennings, who comes from the same hometown as Devin Leary, piled up 94 tackles and four pass deflections last year. While he isn't a burner who covers ground, Jennings was the centerpiece of a solid Scarlet Knights defense.

  • Darrian Dalcourt, OC, Alabama

Dalcourt was in and out of the starting lineup at Alabama due to some wild variance in his tape, but the Ravens would be wise to bet on a player from Nick Saban's line factory.

  • Chris Collier, RB, Lock Haven

A Division II player, Collier ran for 1,393 yards and 12 touchdowns last year. Can he win the RB4 job?