- Jamison Hensley, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Baltimore Ravens' final selection in the 2014 draft was their first one to sign.
Wake Forest slot receiver Michael Campanaro, a seventh-round pick who grew up in nearby Columbia, Md., agreed to a four-year, $2.287 million contract that includes a $67,500 signing bonus, according to The Baltimore Sun.
The Ravens traded a sixth-round pick in 2015 to the Cleveland Browns to get a seventh-rounder this year, which they used on Campanaro.
“I think he’s shifty. I think he’s tough," assistant general manager Eric DeCosta said. "I think he’s very quick. He plays the slot, which is kind of a niche position, and he does that very, very well."
The Ravens also filled the last spot on their 90-man roster when they signed undrafted rookie linebacker Ryan Jones from Montana Tech. He made 127 tackles, 10.5 sacks, 16 tackles for losses and an interception in his two seasons with the Orediggers.