Draft sleeper visits Ravens

OWINGS MILLS -- Which fast-rising draft sleeper visited the Baltimore Ravens' training complex?Subscribers, please keep reading for further details. If you're not already a VIP subscriber, please sign up today to get connected with the Insiders.

OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens had Missouri Southern offensive tackle Allen Barbre in for a visit.
Barbre is one of the draft's fastest rising small-school prospects.
Here's a profile of Barbre: Ht: 6-3.5 Wt: 302 40: 5.00
Position: OT
Class: Senior
College: Missouri Southern State
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
A productive small-school blocker with the tools to play at the next level, Barbre is a developmental prospect who could start at either a guard or tackle in two seasons.
Biography: Moved into the starting lineup midway through his freshman season. Awarded All-Conference honors after his junior and senior campaigns and was an All-American last year.
Positives:
Athletic pass-protecting blocker with a good amount of upside. Patient, effectively uses angles and slides his feet laterally. Strong at the point, seals defenders from the action and plays with leverage. Flashes power as a run blocker and plays with a nasty attitude. Lacks top lateral range, yet does enough to block the edge.
Negatives:
Late with his hands. Not fluid and struggles to adjust. <>BR> Aaron Wilson covers the Baltimore Ravens for the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland.

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