Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
Utah cornerback Mo Lee signed with the Ravens after this year's draft.
The Ravens added training camp competition to their secondary with the signing of three undrafted defensive backs. Of these three players, cornerback Moe Lee could find himself at the head of the competition for a spot on Baltimore's roster.
Lee saw significant playing time for the Utah Utes in 2011 and 2012, recording a total of four interceptions and 64 tackles. During his pro day he ran a 4.59 40-yard dash time (per NFLDraftScout.com), a time that would have put him at the back half of prospects to run the dash at the combine.
Unfortunately for Lee, his 2013 season was cut relatively short, as he played in only five games his senior year. He registered 15 tackles over those five games and caught only one interception while defending three passes.
If Lee had gotten more games under his belt during his senior year, perhaps he could have found himself being drafted in one of the later rounds. Baltimore has some good depth at cornerback already, so Lee could be a long shot to make the roster.
However, since Baltimore selected only one cornerback in the draft, Lee's chances may be slightly increased against his other rookie teammates.