OWINGS MILLS, Md. – The Ravens included two more rookies – offensive lineman Daniel Faalele and cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis – in their rookie trade.
David Ojabo, the second overall pick, is the only player in the 11-man unsigned group. Ojabo will not be ready for the start of the season due to an Achilles injury.
The Ravens were able to add another potential second baseman by selecting Armor-Davis with the 119th pick.
Armor-Davis joined the starting lineup as a cornerback at Alabama last season. He joined the team in making three connections while earning second-team All-SEC honors from the league’s coaches.
Armor-Davis also had 32 tackles, including one for a loss, four pass breakups and a quarterback rush in 11 starts. However, he was sidelined with a thigh injury.
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Armor-Davis mainly connects with the ball-handling technique where he uses a strong jab to disrupt the timing. He plays an excellent fast-blocking option and can carry a goal-oriented approach to the boundary. When asked to defend the middle of the field.
The Ravens added depth at tackle by selecting Faalele from Minnesota in the fourth round with the 110th overall pick of the NFL draft.
Faalele, a native of Australia, is a developmental player but could get reps as a rookie.
Faalele stands at 6-foot-8, 384 pounds and was a teammate of Ravens wide receiver Rashod Bateman in Minnesota.
“When I got mine [Top] 30 to the Ravens, I had a good feeling,” Faalele said. “Coach ‘D’ [offensive line coach Joe D’Alessandris] he is a good coach. We had a great meeting. He talked about how he coached Orlando Brown [Jr.] and things already. He just gave me that confidence. I know I am in good hands.
“I had a good feeling then that we would be equal, and I’m glad that everything worked out.”