Qadry Ismail’s son Qadir invited to tryout at Ravens rookie minicamp

The Ravens are looking for wide receiver depth, and a familiar name has been invited to the Under Armour Performance Center.

Qadry Ismail’s son Qadir was recently invited to tryout at the Ravens rookie minicamp that’ll start later this week.

Ismail spent his first four seasons at Villanova where he played quarterback and receiver. as a freshman in 2018, Ismail played in three games, starting one contest at quarterback, where he completed 11-of-29 passes for 180 yards and one touchdown. In 2021 he moved to wide receiver and played in nine games, catching 11 passes for 181 yards on the season.

During the 2022 season at Samford, Ismail appeared in three games for the Southern Conference Champions… Heaught three passes for 21 yards. During his final season at Samford, Ismail had 11 catches for 114 yards.

His father Quadry, started at Syracuse, where he played football and ran track. Ismail was an All-American selection as a kick returner in 1991, and a first team All-Big East selection as a wide receiver and kickoff returner, and a second team all-Big East selection as wide receiver.

With the Ravens, Ismail’s best season came in 1999 when he led the team with 68 catches, 1,105 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns, including career-high 258 yards in one game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Ismail was a key member of the Ravens 2000 Super Bowl team.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire