Terrance West is someone that a lot of Ravens fans have kept their collective eye on this offseason.
A big, powerful back out of Towson, West had a staggering 42 touchdowns as a junior. His one-cut style seems like a perfect fit for the new offense, as he has been compared to Redskins running back Alfred Morris.
West checked in at 5-9, 230 pounds but only participated in running back drills. He caught each pass thrown to him and looked smooth on the field at Towson.
The Ravens did send a small contingency to check his Pro Day out, though he will be in attendance at the Ravens local workout next Monday. West's teammate Jordan Love, who transferred to Towson from Georgia, will also be at the local workout.
The Towerlight, Towson's student newspaper, posted an interview with the budding star that can be listened to here: