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Hey what's going on Rams Fans, I decided to do another mock draft using the same trade situation as my last mock with a couple of new options in it. With it being dead on here, and with it being My Birthday Today, I decided to treat myself another one! I keep some of my picks the same, but I did incorporate a couple new names that I feel would give us an excellent opportunity to be very domimate. I feel that these additions would give feel some opening spots with young, talented and explosive football players. But also would build up our depth with we where in desperate need of, so if the injury bug does hit us, we should have quality rotional players to fill in. Please let me know what you think of this mock.


Key Resign-

Conner Barwin

***Trade Alerts***

1. ) LA Rams trade Round 1 #23

Cleveland Browns trade Round 2 #1 and Round 3 #1

The Rams have been very aggressive all offseason while making smart moves. They decide to move back in the draft and grab an extra 3rd rounder in the process. This is a smart move for the Browns because the still have 2 top 5 1st round picks along with another 2 2nd rounder also. The Rams have very aggressive all off season, so we recoup another top pick and still grab one an impact player with the 1st pick in round 2.

2.) LA Rams trade Round 6 #2 and Round 6 #21

Cincinnati Bengals trade Round 5 # 21

The Rams decide to stay very aggressive and jump up in the draft to grab a player that they feel they can groom and be a nice addition for us in the future. The Bengels recoup another pick to help build the depth of their up incoming team.

2018 NFL Draft-

2. Rashaan Evans-ILB, Alabama

With the Rams trading back, Ladry, LVB and Hubbard are off the board already. So Wade gets his new defensive general on defense. Evans is a absolute stud in the middle, he has all the intangibles to be an dominant piece in the middle of our 3-4 defense. He is a Alpha Dog, a hard hitting excellent tackler with great explosion, good awareness and is a natural born leader. With Rashaan's rushing abilities, a great coach like Wade can move him around to be a Edge rusher in certain packages if needed to give our defense a different look also. Evans is surely a 1st round talent, but with the run on quarterbacks, defensive backs, defensive tackles and offensive lineman, Evans drops right to us with the 1st pick of day 2.

3. Equanimeous St. Brown-WR, Notre Dame

The Rams aren't playing with saying aggressive on offense with this pick. McVay grabs an big 6'5 receiver with 4.4 speed for our offense. St. Brown has all the intangibles to be a star in this league. His college career reminds me of a prospect from last years draft that I really liked in JuJu Smith-Scheuster. Like JuJu did at USC, St. Brown had an monster sophomore year with the Fighting Iris when he actually had a quarterback of quality in Kizer. With the terrible qb play this year, St. Brown numbers where cut in half accross the board. Like JuJu, I truly believe that this kid is going to be a star in this league. He is explosive, tall, quick, good route runner, he has good vision and a large catch radius, good hands, not to mention he is extremely Intelligent. With the addition of St. Brown and the growth of Reynolds, the Rams should be able to possible replace the void that was left by Sammy Watkins as the deep treat specialist.

3. Shaquem Griffin-OLB, UCF

This is another impact player that the Rams run up and grab in this years draft. If it wasn't for Griffin not missing a hand, this kid woiuld be a 1st rounder this year. Shaquem is going to be a star in our defense, especially behind our defensive line. He is a explosive tackling machine. Wade Phillips is doing the electric slide right now, as we are building a monster on defense. I love his heart, vision and passion for the game. Shaquem has tooken what would be a possible life impacting situation and he has just continued to prove all the nah sayers wrong.

4. Brandon Parker-OT, North Carolina A&T

Brandon is an technician with excellent quick feet who didn't give up a single sack last season. He just dominated the competition, now he needs to come in and learn from Whitworth, and continue to build his strength up. With the coaches and leaders that we have on the offensive side, they should be able to help him improve and grow into our future left tackle. The Rams get a dag good player here in round four, they are building well through the trenches. Because of Parkers versatility, he will be our swing tackle along with possibly being a rotational guard if needed.

4. Hercules Mata'afa-OLB, Washington State

Yes the Rams aren't done building a monster on defense, with another speed and rush specialist to our defense. This edge rusher is fast and explosive with a dangerous first step and a relentless motor. He will come in as a pass rushing specialist and then take over as a starter when ready. He has some dangerous moves and power off of the edge that make him a problem for the opponents. Hercules is going to be one of gems of this draft, he has starter abilities and is a strong tackler.

5. Scott Quessenberry-OC/OG, UCLA

The Rams jump up into the 5th round to grab their center of the future. Scott has all the intangibles to be a really good player and leader in the middle in the NFL. He has vision, strength and quickness off the ball, good hands and technique. Scott will give McVays offense some much needed depth and versatility. Quessenberry will come in and learn from Sullivan, and will be his replacement whenever that time comes.

6. Genard Avery-ILB, Memphis

Thanks to The LBC I believe for telling us about him, I really like want I see out of Avery. Yes he does remind me of Danny Trevathan as a prospect. He is a heat-seaking missile that has great instincts on the field. He is another gem and possible late round steal for the Rams.

6. Natrell Jamerson-S, Wisconsin

Natrell will come in and fill the gapping hole that Cody Davis left in our safety rotation and special teams spot. Jamerson is extremely fast and versatile option for us, he will add some great talent and depth to our back end of the defense. He has good vision and instincts, strong tackler and play making ability. He didn't move and start at safety into his senior year, as the season progressed he got better and better, even showing out at the East-West Shrine game, and at the Nfl Combine.

6. Lowell Lotulelei-NT, Utah

The Rams decide to take a flyer on a prospect that was very disruptive last year, but only showed flashes of dominance this year. Hopefully with playing under some great coaches, we can get some consistence play out of Lowell. Lotulelei will come in and compete for some playing time in an very deadly defensive line.

Projected Starters
QB: Jared Goff
HB: Todd Gurley
XWR: Josh Reynolds / Equanimeous St. Brown
ZWR: Robert Woods
SLWR: Cooper Kupp / Tavon Austin
TE: Gerald Everett
LT: Andrew Whitworth
LG: Rodger Saffold
C: John Sullivan / Scott Quessenberry
RG: Jamon Brown
RT: Rob Havenstein / Brandon Parker 
SDE: Michael Brockers
NT: Ndamukong Suh 
DT: Aaron Donald
WOLB: Samson Ebukam / Hercules Mata'afa
WILB: Mark Barron / Genard Avery
SILB: Rashaan Evans / Cory Littleton 
SOLB: Shaquem Griffin / Conner Barwin
LCB: Marcus Peters
RCB: Aqib Talib
SLCB: Nickell Robey-Coleman
FS: LaMarcus Joyner
SS: John Johnson III
K: Greg Zuerlein
P: Johnny Hekker
LS: Jake McQuaide
Edited by RamsFan24

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