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Defensive End Mario Ojemudia is Joining the Baltimore Ravens

Ojemudia is heading to the other Harbaugh along with 4th round pick Willie Henry.

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Michigan defensive end/linebacker Mario Ojemudia looks like he is heading to the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent.

There has been no official confirmation yet, but Michigan long snapper Andrew Robinson tweeted out congratulations to Ojemudia on the signing Saturday night after the draft.

Ojemudia becomes the second Wolverine to join John Harbaugh and the Ravens this weekend, along with fourth round pick Willie Henry.

Here is a snippet of our profile of him entering draft weekend:

Strengths

Put everything together in the first five games of 2015. He is a defensive end by trade, but certainly has the tools to move to linebacker in the NFL. He fits the bill of a pro player physically and possesses a good punch. Good at shedding blocks to tackle the ball carrier. Jim Harbaugh believes he is a pro prospect, which scouts may hold in higher regard.

Weaknesses

Could be a bit quicker off the snap and chasing down players. Is not a pure pass rusher by any means and is a project having started only seven games in his career. Injury rehab could force him to miss time leading up to the season which may stunt his growth a bit.