A day after celebrating his 23rd birthday, Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Tylan Wallace agreed to terms with the team and officially signed his rookie on Friday — shortly before he suited up for the first day of rookie mini camp.
The Ravens drafted the former Oklahoma State standout with the No. 131 overall pick in the fourth round of this year’s draft. Wallace is regarded as one of the biggest steals of the draft considering he was expected to be taken sometime on Day 2 but wound up falling to the Ravens on Day 3.
He and his fellow first-year wideout, Rashod Bateman, who the team drafted in Round 1, were brought in to help improve the arsenal of targets for Lamar Jackson in the passing game.
Wallace is the fifth member of the Ravens’ eight-man draft class to agree to terms and sign on the dotted line. That leaves first-round outside linebacker Odafe Oweh, third-round guard Ben Cleveland, and third-round defensive back Brandon Stephens as the only rookie draftees left unsigned.