Ravens Announce 22-Member Undrafted Rookie Class

May 3, 2024

Maryland defensive back Beau Brade lines up against Towson in the first half of an NCAA football game Saturday, Sept. 2, 2023, in College Park, Md.

The Ravens have a rich history of finding undrafted gems.

Last season, running back Keaton Mitchell took the league by storm before his knee injury and outside linebacker Malik Hamm made the original 53-man roster.

Here are the 22 undrafted rookies signed by the Ravens in 2024:

WR Jelani Baker, Limestone 6-foot-0, 187 pounds

Baker had 118 catches for 1,681 yards and 19 touchdowns in two seasons at Limestone after transferring from West Georgia.

S Beau Brade, Maryland 6-foot-0, 203 pounds

Brade was among the more highly rated safety prospects heading into the draft. The Ravens are looking for a depth behind starters Kyle Hamilton and Marcus Williams.

G Corey Bullock, Maryland

Bullock started 11 games for the Terrapins in 2023 and was honorable mention All-Big Ten. Pro Football Focus gave him the conference’s highest pass-blocking grade (79.6).

DT Tre’Darious Colbert, Maryland

Colbert had 27 tackles and 3.0 sacks in 13 games for Maryland as a graduate transfer from Angelo State. He played his best football late in the season, starting the final four games.

RB Chris Collier, Lock Haven

Collier rushed for 1,393 yards and 12 touchdowns in 11 games last season. He was also a reliable receiver out of the backfield with 22 catches for 238 yards and three touchdowns.

DB Ryan Cooper, Oregon State

Cooper had four interceptions and 18 pass breakups over the past two seasons, showing versatility playing outside corner, slot corner and safety.

G Darrian Dalcourt, Alabama

Dalcourt was a part-time starter in 2023 for Alabama, competing against top-flight SEC competition. The 6-foot-3, 320-pound prospect is a native of Havre de Grace, Md.

DE Joe Evans, Iowa

Evans led Iowa with 9.5 sacks, 10 quarterback pressures, and 13.5 tackles for loss. The Ravens have a strong history with Iowa players and are always looking for pass rushers.

DT Ja’Mion Franklin, Duke

Franklin had a breakout 2023 season with a career-high 30 tackles. He played 26 staight games over the past two seasons amassing 56 tackles and 4.0 sacks.

WR De’Angelo Hardy, North Carolina Central

Hardy had a stellar 2023 season with 75 catches for 1,353 yards and 20 touchdowns. The 6-foot-2, 197-pound Hardy holds the school record with 58 career touchdowns.

LB Deion Jennings, Rutgers

Jennings led Rutgers in tackles (95) in 2023 and had 251 tackles during his career. He also showed his chops in coverage with 12 pass breakups and an interception.

OT Julian Pearl, Illinois

The 6-foot-6, 312-pound Pearl started 24 games over the last two years. He began his career at right tackle, then switched to left tackle in 2022.

LS Randen Plattner, Kansas State

Plattner was the Wildcats’ primary snapper on punts and field goals for three years and played in 62 games, the second most in school history.

LB, Yvandy Rigby, Temple

A native of Turks and Caicos, Rigby didn’t begin playing football until age 14. In 35 career games with the Owls over four seasons, Rigby totaled 205 tackles.

TE Mike Rigerman, Findlay

Rigerman set school records with 1,807 yards and 21 touchdowns during his career. He was the 2023 Great Midwest Atlantic Conference Offensive Player of the Year.

WR Tayvion Robinson, Kentucky

Robinson had at least 40 catches the past three seasons and was extremely durable. The 5-foot-11 Robinson displayed reliable hands and an ability to make contested catches.

TE Riley Sharp, Oregon State

The 25-year-old Sharp took a two-year church mission before college. He transitioned from linebacker to tight end in 2023 and had 7 catches,113 yards and 2 touchdowns.

OT Darrell Simpson, Tulsa

The 6-foot-8, 348-pound Simpson started every game at right tackle in 2023. He spent four years at Oklahoma but only appeared in one game for the Sooners before transferring.

DB Jordan Toles, Morgan State


The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Toles was a ballhawk at Morgan State with 3 interceptions and a forced fumble in 2023. The Baltimore native had 66 tackles and played special teams.

WR Dayton Wade, Mississippi

The 5-foot-9, 176-pound Wade ran a 4.4 at Ole Miss’ Pro Day. He caught 27 passes for 390 yards and two touchdowns in 2023 and was dangerous running after the catch.

DT Tramel Walthour, Georgia

Walthour made five starts in 2023 as part of a talented defensive line rotation and won two national titles during his college career.

WR Isaiah Washington, Rutgers

Washington caught 25 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown in 2023. The 6-3, 210-pound target made several impressive one-handed catches at Rutgers’ Pro Day.