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The NFL does not wait for everyone, and so what was an otherwise 10 a.m. ET call out of Baltimore turned into an early-morning wake-up for the latest former Notre Dame player to take his talents to the next level.
Blessed to get a wake up call at 4 am from the Ravens. Got a lot to prove this weekend!! Thank you Lord for this opportunity!
— Robby Toma (@RobJob293) April 29, 2013
Toma will join fellow Irish player Kapron Lewis-Moore with the Ravens. The often-overlooked 5-foot-9, 185-pound receiver is now the 13th former Irish player who will get a shot at the NFL in one form or another.
The official Notre Dame football page has a nice graphic of most of the players here.
Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE, Baltimore Ravens (sixth round, 200th overall)
Braxston Cave, C, Cleveland Browns (as undrafted free agent)
John Goodman, WR, Cincinnati Bengals (as undrafted free agent)
Robby Toma, WR, Baltimore Ravens (as undrafted free agent)
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