The Baltimore Ravens are still making moves. They recently signed four new undrafted rookies after releasing four last week.
Baltimore inked wide receiver Rashaad Carter (Tusculum), corner back Mo Lee (Utah), outside linebacker Meshak Williams (Kansas State) and safety Gary Walker (Idaho).
Besides outside linebacker each signed player represents an area of need for the team and, if nothing more, they will provide valuable competition for all the young players hoping to make the squad.
Here is what Ryan Mink of BR.com had to say about the signings:
Carter, Tusculum’s all-time leader in receiving yards, led the Pioneers with 1,056 receiving yards in his senior year in 2011. The Division II prospect hauled in 70 passes and averaged 96 receiving yards per game. He finished with 2,928 career receiving yards. Carter was out of football last year.
Lee is a big-bodied cornerback (6-foot-1, 191 pounds) who made 35 tackles, one interception, deflected seven passes and returned a fumble 47 yards for a touchdown during his senior year. He was originally recruited as a wide receiver.
Williams showed big-time production at Kansas State, and will now join teammate and second-round pick
Arthur Brownin the Ravens’ front seven.
Williams was second in the Big 12 with 8 ½ sacks and forced three fumbles last year. The 6-foot-2, 247 pounder played defensive end in college, so he will make somewhat of a position change.
Walker is a 6-foot, 200-pound safety from Idaho who finished with 295 career tackles. He led the Vandals in tackles last year (99) and had six pass breakups and one interception, which he returned 94 yards against LSU.