Newcomer profile Antwoine Sanders
Who he is: Drafted in the seventh round by the Ravens this year, Sanders was a two-time All-Mountain West Conference selection who finished his career with 143 tackles and six interceptions. Sanders transferred to Utah from Arizona Western Junior College in 2001.
On joining former Utah teammates Maake Kemoeatu and Dameon Hunter: "It's always good to see familiar faces, guys who you're cool with. They've helped out."
On the Ravens' secondary: "Ed Reed, Gary Baxter, Corey Fuller, I mean all those guys are real helpful. If you have a question, you can rely on them to help you out."
On whether he expected the fan turnout at camp to be so big: "Actually, yeah, I did. I mean, just because it's the NFL. It's still nice, though."
His most important camp item: "My daughter's picture. She's my inspiration."
How Utah is different from Maryland: "Well, the people here are a lot more diverse. Utah's great, though, it's a real friendly place. I haven't had too much time to explore Baltimore, though. It's all work now. Pleasure comes later."