Wildcat LB visits Ravens

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OWINGS MILLS – University of Arizona linebacker Vuna Tuihalamaka visited the Baltimore Ravens on Monday.

Tuihalamaka, regarded as a late-round NFL draft prospect, has also visited the Indianapolis Colts. The 6-foot-2, 230-pounder ran the 40-yard dash in 4.65 seconds at his Pro Day workout.

Last season, Tuihalamaka started all 13 games and registered 72 tackles, 5 1/2 tackles for losses and an interception with three pass deflections. He intercepted Central Michigan NFL prospect Dan LeFevour last season.

Before transferring to Arizona, Tuihalamaka was a first-team junior college All-American and the Mission Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

Syracuse wide receiver Mike Williams also visited the Ravens on Monday.

Ravens tackle Jared Gaither, as he said he would, reported Monday for the team’s voluntary offseason conditioning program.

 

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