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Sammy Seamster, CB, Middle Tennessee State
With just four corners signed to the current roster, Seamster will have a great chance to earn a spot on the roster if he does well in training camp and in the preseason.
This past season, Seamster recorded 33 tackles, one interception, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
James Hurst, OT, North Carolina
After a solid senior season, Hurst was being touted as a possible first-round pick in this year's draft.
But in the Belk Bowl against Cincinnati, Hurst broke his leg, effectively killing his draft stock and causing him to go undrafted.
I love this pickup for the Ravens, who are in need of depth at OT, as well as someone to at least challenge Ricky Wagner for the starting right tackle spot.
A.J. Pataialii, DT, Utah State
The 6'3", 307-pound tackle earned second-team All-Mountain West honors and was named third-team All-Mountain West after registering 42 total tackles (3.5 tackles for loss) and one sack.
He's got a tough task ahead of him to crack the 53-man roster this season with a number of defensive lineman already on the roster to go with the addition of fourth-rounder Brent Urban.
Xavius Boyd, LB, Western Kentucky
A 6'1", 239-pound punishing outside backer, Boyd finished this past season leading the team in tackles (103), tackles for loss with (15.5) and sacks (8.5) to go with one forced fumble.
The reigning Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year will be tough to keep off an NFL roster this year.
Fitzgerald Toussaint, RB, Michigan
Toussaint will have a tryout with the Ravens at their rookie camp after rushing for 646 yards and 12 touchdowns this past season.
Fitz was a three-year starter with Michigan, and his most memorable season came as a sophomore in 2011 with 1,041 rushing yards.
An undersized and injury-prone 5'10" back like Fitz is going to have a tough time making an NFL roster.
Derrick Hopkins, DT, Virginia Tech
The 6'0", 312-pound Hopkins played in 13 games in 2013 with nine tackles, 1.5 sacks and two quarterback hurries.
He's probably going to end up being just a training camp body.
Jamie Meder, DT, Ashland
Meder didn't get much NFL attention until he played in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and later worked out in front of NFL scouts at Ohio State’s Pro Day.
Undersized at 6'2" and 293 pounds, Meder is going to have a tough time getting any snaps in training camp and faces an uphill climb just to survive the first wave of preseason roster cuts.
Jeremiah Taylor, DE, Marshall
Taylor missed nearly the entire 2013 college football season due to a fracture of the L5 disc in his lower back.
His last healthy season came in 2012, when he registered 54 tackles, 8.5 tackles for losses, 5.5 sacks and forced two fumbles.
Taylor looked like a potential NFL player when he was healthy, but it's unknown what he looks like now after a year off from football.