The Ravens have had success over the years with finding some quality undrafted free agents.
Last year, the Ravens acquired receiver Marlon Brown, who would go onto tie Torrey Smith's franchise rookie record of seven touchdowns in his first NFL season.
Linebacker Josh Bynes has seen plenty of playing time the last couple of years, and we all know the successes Bart Scott and Jameel McClain saw in Baltimore.
Therefore, it wouldn't be out of the question for one, or even two, undrafted free agents from this group to make this year's roster.
The obvious choice would be for North Carolina offensive tackle James Hurst, given he was a potential high draft pick before breaking his fibula. He very well could compete with Rick Wagner for the starting right tackle when it's all said and done.
Others to watch out for, in my opinion are Utah State defensive tackle A.J. Pataiali'i, Middle Tennessee State cornerback Sammy Seamster and safety Dexter Moody. Pataiali'i is a versatile lineman that can play all three spots, Seamster is an underrated cornerback and Moody possesses a ton of athletic ability, though has had plenty of off-field issues leading up to this point.
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