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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Baltimore Ravens 2011 NFL Undrafted Free Agents

Notable Undrafted Free Agents:

Tim Barnes, Missouri 6035 298 5.18
Three-year starter. Scrappy spread formation shotgun snapper. Plays with a good base and knee bend. As with most spread formation offensive linemen, they are position wall off players. Strong on down bocks when running power plays. Generally plays against a nose with a three man rush. Gets help from his guards. Snaps are crisp and accurate. Leaks through line and seals linebacker target. Pulls and runs aggressively. Gets the kick out block on the edge. Smart approach. Gets to the edge and can adjust on the run. Had surgery on both shoulders but has been durable starting 40 consecutive games. Not invited to the Combine.

Josh Bynes, Auburn 6013 239 4.76
Three-year starter. Works through traffic to make a play. Doesn’t stay blocked. Quick to shed. Takes good downfield angles in pursuit. Makes all the defensive calls, checks, and adjustments. Good football intelligence. Cut tackler at times. No wrap. Led the Tigers in tackles in 2010. Plays well from tackle to tackle. Good initial read and react. Quick first step. Somewhat tight in the hips, average change of direction. On a straight line could get to the ball. Good inside fills. Physical attacking blocks. Used his hands well and separated. Struggled when the play was outside the box. Did not play well in space. Needs work on pass drops. Inconsistent reactions to the thrown ball and tended to get hung up in transition. Good motor, active and hustled in pursuit. He looks like a two down inside player.

Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse 6012 300 4.97
Three-year starter. Moved to center during spring ball 2010. One of the team captains. Athletic with long arms. Plays with knee bend in a pro style offense. Can vertical snap to quarterback which is a rarity these days. Will also shotgun snap. A knee bender who can shock a defender with his punch. Has good body control and balance. Plays on his feet. Rarely if ever on the ground. Brings his feet with him on a base running block. Good hand placement inside the frame of the defender’s chest. Plays square and mirrors pass rushers. Effort down the field. Good lateral agility to cut off slant move. Anchors versus power. Can play center and both guard positions. A draftable player who is a developing prospect.

Justin Boren, Ohio State 6030 309 5.46
Three-year starter. Two at Ohio State. Transfer from Michigan. Sound technique player. Plays square with a good base and keeps position on rusher in pass protection. Good log and trap blocker. Can adjust on the run and zero in on the target. Gets good depth and approach. Follows through and finishes block. Lateral agility and quickness is evident. Picks up twist and “x” stunts effortlessly. Can sit down and anchor a bull rush. Good blitz awareness. Intense and competitive. Developmental prospect who is smart and tough.


Cornell Banks DLT (Fresno State)
Damien Berry RB (Miami)
Rodney Bradley WR (Hawaii)
Bryan Hall DLT (Arkansas State)
Talmadge Jackson DBC (Oregon)
Anthony Leon LBI (Arkansas)
Colin Madison OLT (Temple)
Ryan Mahaffey RBF (Northern  Iowa)
Hakeem Moore WR (Towson)
Johdrick Morris TE (Southern Mississippi)
Terron Sanders DLE (Florida)
Patrick Scales LS (Utah State)
Mana Silva DBS (Hawaii)
Derek Simmons DLT (Southern Cal)
Josh Victorian DBC Louisiana Tech)
Chavis Williams LBO (Alabama)
LaQuan Williams WR (Maryland)
Nate Williams DBF (Northwestern)
Terrell Zachery WR (Auburn)