2012 NFL Undrafted Free Agents – AFC North – Baltimore Ravens

Charles Brown, DC, North Carolina – 5091 202 4.55 Started games over four years at corner or nickel. Competitive and scrappy corner with quick feet. Projects as a nickel or slot inside type corner. Played well as a junior then missed the 2010 season with ‘Tar Heel gate’. Will play off blockers and tackle supporting the run. Gets upfield and forces the point quickly. Reacts quickly to run reads. Tough kid from Cleveland, Ohio. Has made a few splash plays. Will peek into the backfield at times. Was his team’s defensive back of the year. Plays the ball downfield in the air. Aggressive and confident. Was beat in the Shrine Game deep, but recovered and made a play on the ball. Will contribute on special teams. 2011 stats: 53 tackles, 6 TFL, 2 INTs, 7 PBU, 9 PD. BTR:left 4.80, right 4.77. OSR:21/35. Sixth/seventh round. (A-29, H-8 3/4, VJ-35.5, SS-4.06).

James Carmon, OL, Mississippi State – 6054 334 5.35 One-year starter. Recruited from Mississippi Gulf Coast City College as a defensive tackle. Made the move to offense in the spring of 2011. He made steady progress through his senior year, playing on the left side against the SEC speed pass rushers. Moves and slides his feet well in pass protection. Athletic on his pulls to adjust on the run and block his target. Physical on down blocks. Needs technique work on his total game, but peeled back well on screen passes and secured his target. Also kicked out or engulfed defensive ends. Played with a good base. Works to bend his knees. Struggled with false starts at times. Borderline and inconsistent skills for pro ball, but has an interesting skill set. Played in the Players’ All-Star Classic Bowl game and flashed raw skills throughout the week. Not invited to the Combine. Workout numbers on 3/8/12 – 26/VJ, 9/BJ, 7.73/3 cone, 4.80/ SS. Seventh round/PFA. (A-34, H-9 3/8, BP-22, 10-1.83).

Chad Diehl, FB, Clemson – 6014 257 4.91 Started 14 games in his career. Has the size and bulk to be a lead blocker. Physical in his play. A third guard mentality and understands his role as a blocker in sub packages. Hard nosed. Willing and physical blocker. With all the firepower on offense, Diehl only had one carry and no receptions for the year. He has six carries in his career for 8 yards and 7 catches good for 39 yards. On track blocker who will step and deliver a hit. Does not always run over or through a target, but will cut block. Has experience on several special teams’ units. Suffered a concussion the first day of Senior Bowl practices and was unable to play. Not invited to the Combine. Seventh round/PFA. (A-30 3/8, H-9 7/8, BP-28, VJ-31).

Nick Jean-Baptiste, DT, Baylor – 6014 335 5.35 Two-year starter with a thick lower body. A probable two down run stuffing player who could play 20-25 plays a game. Disruptive wide-bodied nose tackle who can bull rush a center or guard back to the quarterback. Plays with his pad level down. Can skate down the line and make a play. Quick feet to slant and angle up front. Will struggle to redirect and change direction at times. Has the leverage and the power to push the pocket. Will lose balance at times and get washed down. Will give downfield pursuit effort and chase. Not fast, but the will to catch the ball carrier is strong. Drops into coverage at times. As a pass rusher he pushes the pocket and keeps his feet working to the quarterback. Draws and fights a lot of double teams. Not easy to move. Can stuff the inside run. Not a quick twitch guy – but a power player. Rotates to stay fresh. Endurance will always be a question. 2011 stats: 36 tackles, 8.5 TFL, 4 sacks, 3 PBU. Not invited to the Combine. Sixth/seventh round. (A-33, H-9 3/4, BP-22, 10-1.85).

Antoine McClain, OL, Clemson – 6054 329 5.48 He has forty career starts and has the physical tools to make a team. Has played both right and left guard. Needs technique work in every part of his game as well as consistency. Will stay on his feet and run through a target on pulls one play, and the next play he loses his feet and you question his balance. Can mirror and slide his feet to mirror and wall off rusher in pass protection. Drops his head at times in pass pro. A wall off and position blocker in the run game. Not an explosive player. Struggles to redirect in pass pro. Will lose his knee bend and play high. Will get put on skates and driven back. A waist bender that will need extra reps. OSR:45/48. Sixth/seventh round. (A- 34 3/8, H-10 1/4, BP-19, 10-1.92).

Chris Anzevino, OC, Kent State

Jamison Berryhill, RB, Texas

John Brantley, QB, Florida State

Omar Brown, S, Marshall

Lamont Bryant, TE, Morgan State

Jack Cornell, OG/OT, Illinois

Bruce Figgins, FB, Georgia

Devin Goda, WR, Slippery Rock

Dorian Graham, WR, Syracuse

Elliot Henigan, DT, Alabama-Birmingham

Austin Johnson, LB, Tennessee

Ishmaa’ily Kitchen, DT, Kent State

Addison Lawrence, OG, Mississippi State

Alfred McCullough, OL, Alabama

Terrence Moore, DE, Nebraska

Brandon Pendergrass, RB, Wake Forest

Nick Provo, TE, Syracuse

Cyhl Quarles, S, Wake Forest

Bobby Rainey, RB, Western Kentucky

Deonte Thompson, WR, Florida

Justin Tucker, PK, Texas

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