Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports
When considering the Ravens' undrafted rookie class, one has to consider that old saying, "Follow the money." When considering those words, look no further than defensive lineman Will Pericak.
Pericak received a signing bonus of $13,500, the highest signing bonus received by any Ravens undrafted rookie. In addition to the heavy monetary investment made in Pericak, the Ravens have made it known that they are investing heavily in the defensive line.
When one also considers the poor play of Terrence Cody, there could be an opportunity for the Colorado product.
Pericak has adequate size and speed. He stands at 6'3", 296 pounds, and he ran a 5.07 40-yard dash. The 2012 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention player had a productive career as well as a durable one. He holds the all-time school record for most games started at 48. Pericak started every game from his freshman year on through the final game of his senior season.
After four years at Colorado, Pericak collected 207 career tackles and 7.5 sacks. He also forced and recovered five fumbles and blocked three kicks. Those stats show he can contribute on special teams as well as the defense.
Pericak will certainly have a lot of competition, but with a solid camp and preseason, it is possible he could make the roster or practice squad.