Ravens to host QB

OWINGS MILLS -- Which highly regarded quarterback prospect plans to visit the Baltimore Ravens the first week of April? Please keep reading for further details.

University of Houston quarterback Kevin Kolb will visit the Ravens the first week of April, his first visit, after working out Friday for offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel.
Kolb also plans to visit the Philadelphia Eagles that week.
Kolb, who participated in the Senior Bowl and worked out at the combine, had his workout Friday orchestrated by Jerry Rhome.
"On a scale of one to 10, I'd give Kevin a nine," Rhome told Houston reporters "When he missed a throw, he came back even stronger. "I really like this kid. He's worked very hard to get to this point. I'm excited to see where he's going to be drafted."
Added Kolb: "It was just like a game in that I came out a little juiced up, I was a little off with some of my throws early, but then I got into a rhythm and made the throws I needed to. I'm very happy with what I did today. I wanted to show my arm strength. I wanted to take something off my throws. I was happy with my touch. I wasn't perfect, of course, but overall, I'm really happy."
Among the other teams interested in Kolb: the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns.
"I haven't changed my opinion of him; I think he's going in the second round," veteran Tennessee Titans scout C.O. Brocato said. "He threw the ball well today, but I thought he was up and down on his accuracy when he rolled out. He really threw the deep ball well."
Aaron Wilson covers the Baltimore Ravens for the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland.

Ravens Insider Top Stories