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2017 NFL Draft prospects: Senior Bowl Roundup

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Which prospects did the Ravens meet with? Who impressed at the weigh-in and on the field?

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The 2017 Senior Bowl began in earnest on Tuesday with weigh-ins, on-field drills and team meetings after practice.

  • The Baltimore Ravens met with Oklahoma State safety Jordan Sterns, Western Kentucky wide receiver Taywan Taylor, Mississippi State offensive tackle Justin Senior and Wisconsin running back Corey Clement according to Walter Football.
  • Daniel Jeremiah’s Move the Sticks feature on NFL.com noted that Villanova defensive end Tanoh Kpassagon won the weigh-in with his chiseled physique, LSU corner Tre’Davious White impressed with his positioning and Alabama O.J. Howard showed off sticky hands.
  • Bucky Brooks, Jeremiah’s partner on the podcast, was impressed with the route running of Eastern Washington receiver Conor Kupp and North Carolina slot man Ryan Switzer. Brooks is the latest analyst to recommend a move to safety for former Iowa corner Desmond King due to his lack of speed.
  • CBS Sports/NFLDraftScout.com writers Rob Rang and Dane Brugler covered Day 1 of the Senior Bowl. Their main takeaways from the weigh-in were that Western Kentucky offensive lineman Forrest Lamp has the shortest arms of any lineman at the event and that Michigan corner Jourdan Lewis eased concerns about his size by measuring in at 5’10” 188. They also mentioned that Michigan wideout Amara Darboh and defensive lineman Chris Wormley passed the eyeball test with muscular builds.
  • Measurements for other notable prospects include LSU center Ethan Pocic who checked in at 6’6” 307, Texas A&M pass rusher Daeshon Hall at 6’5” 265 with long arms, Alabama pass rusher Ryan Anderson at 6’2” 258 and Texas A&M safety Justin Evans at 6’ 193.