Things haven't slowed down for the Ravens' front office just because the draft ended.
They've been active early on in the undrafted free agent market, agreeing to terms with a number of players who will compete for roster spots in minicamps and training camp.
Among those players are two cornerbacks, two linebackers, a wide receiver/tight end, a defensive lineman, a safety and a running back.
Here's the list of UFAs, according to multiple reports:
Rodelin Anthony, WR/TE, UNLV
The 6-5, 228 pound Anthony played both wide receiver and tight end in college. He had concussion issues his senior year which caused him to miss most of the season, but he's got a good frame and speed. He posted 240 receiving yards and four TDs in just five games last year.
Morgan Cox, LS, Tennessee
The Ravens have mentioned that they wanted to bring someone to camp to push Matt Katula for the long snapper job, and Cox apparently is the guy. He checks in at 6-3, 248 pounds. Don't really know how else to analyze the signing of a long snapper. Apparently, he's good at long snapping.
John Fletcher, DT, Wyoming
The 6-6, 272-pound tackle was a First Team All-Mountain West Conference performer last year. Fletcher is an athletic kid, and played quarterback and inside linebacker in high school. About a dozen teams reportedly had interest in bringing him in as a free agent.
Ashton Hall, S, Marshall
Hall checks in at 5-10, 193 pounds. He played strong safety at Marshall and showed good speed at his Pro Day, running a 4.63 40.
Albert McClellan, DE, Marshall
Another former member of the Thundering Herd, McClellan is a little undersized at 6-1, 247. He will probably make a move to outside linebacker.
Mike McLaughlin, MLB, Boston College
McLaughlin checks in at 6-0, 242. He tore his ACL prior to spring ball last year but came back to start nine games. Known as a gritty, physical player and a good tackler, he fits the Ravens mold. He does, however, lack speed. He was a two-time team captain at BC and was projected as a late-round pick.
Prince Miller, CB, Georgia
At 5-9, Miller doesn't have great height, but has impressive speed and strength. He ran a 4.39 and 4.43 in the 40 at his Pro Day and had 22 reps in the bench press. He isn't a big-play guy in the secondary, but is solid on special teams.
Josh Morris, CB, Weber State
Morris has good size (6-0, 186) and was very productive at Weber State. He was selected as a First Team FCS All-American last year and was a two-time All Big Sky performer. He had seven interceptions in 34 games at Weber State after transferring from junior college.
Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis
Steele posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons at Memphis and averaged 6.3 yards per carry last year. He had a huge game against Tulsa late in his career, rushing for 232 yards and four TDs. The 5-11, 194 pound back injured his hamstring while running the 40 during his Pro Day, and posted a time of 4.55. He isn't a power back, but has good straight-line speed.