Going into the draft, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said he was hoping to add two cornerbacks to the roster.
The Ravens didn't add a corner through the draft itself, but they've added a couple rookie free agents to compete for roster spots this offseason.
Shortly after the draft, the team signed Georgia cornerback Prince Miller. More recently, they agreed to an undrafted free agent deal with Central Washington rookie cornerback Courtney Smith, and also invited Florida corner Wondy Pierre-Louis to minicamp on a tryout basis.
That news comes courtesy of The Carroll County Times' Aaron Wilson.
Smith (5-10, 190) ran a 4.43 40 leading up to the draft. The JuCo transfer had a productive two-year career at CWU, starting 21 games and posting 71 tackles and two interceptions.
He's considered a raw prospect, but has good speed and is known as a physical player.
Pierre-Louis likely will be battling for a special teams role during minicamp. He runs in the 4.4s and has lots of experience as a gunner on kickoff and punt return units.
The former Gator was arrested in January for allegedly choking his girlfriend.