Ravens Measure Up Draftees

The Senior Bowl has taken its place as one of the premier scouting venues in the country, along with the combine. The game showcases the best seniors in the land who have a viable chance to be drafted within the early rounds of the draft. How well these players measure up against each other in practice all week long and in the big game this weekend, will play a vital role in deciding where these players end up being drafted round by round.

With the help of The Insiders' TFY Draft Preview, a scouting database that covers the top notch college prospects in the country on a daily basis, Raven Insider will keep you up to date on which prospects the Ravens have been talking to all week long, and who'll they'll track as the week goes on.

Here's the list of prospects that Baltimore has scouted thus far:

Justin Fargas, Running Back, USC
A workhorse, who has nice speed/size combination to finish off carries. .

Arnaz Battle, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame
Battle can break tackles after making a catch, although he won't burn anyone.

Tyrone Calico, Wide Receiver, MTSU
Weighing 220 pounds, has the size to outmuscle defensive backs at the line of scrimmage.

John Stinchcomb, Offensive Tackle, Georgia (Senior Bowl Player Report)
Light, but has the ability to stay with most pass rushers.

Rashean Mathis, Cornerback, Bethune Cookman
Has the size to play corner or safety.

Terrance Edwards, Wide Receiver, Georgia (Senior Bowl Player Report)
Quicker than he is fast, but he will rarely drop a pass.

Here are five other players to watch out for at the Senior Bowl:

Ty Warren, Defensive Tackle, Texas A&M (Senior Bowl Player Report)
Has the size and explosive burst to anchor the end position in the 3-4 defense.

Vince Manuwai, Offenisve Guard, Hawaii
Small frame is a concern, but he has solid athleticism and range.

Kenny King, Defensive End, Alabama (Senior Bowl Player Report)
Will have to play end in the pros, but has the size and quickness to hold up in a 3-4 scheme.

Montrae Holland, Offensive Guard, Florida State (Senior Bowl Player Report)
Has the size and strength to dominate in run blocking situations.

Marcus Trufant, Cornerback, Washington State
Not in Newman's class, but has shutdown capabilities himself and can close on the ball in a hurry.

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