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    Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    This is a combination of a prediction and my wish list:

    Round 1 (19): Jammal Brown, OT, Oklahoma
    Round 2 (50): James Butler, FS, Georgia Tech
    Round 3 (66): Antonio Perkins, CB, Oklahoma
    Round 3 (81): Ryan Moats, RB, Louisiana Tech
    Round 4 (117): Jonathan Goddard, OLB, Marshall
    Round 4 (134): C.J. Brooks, OG, Maryland
    Round 5 (155): James Sanders, SS, Fresno State
    Round 6 (192): Stefan LeFors, QB, Louisville
    Round 6 (210): Larry Burt, DT, Miami (Ohio)
    Round 7 (230): David McMillan, DE, Kansas
    Round 7 (250): Billy Bajema, TE, Oklahoma State
    Round 7 (251): Matthew Tant, FB, Vanderbilt


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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    dont you think the te position should be higher up in the draft?
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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    i dotn think they will go rb in round 3, i really think there going to take a chance with clarett if hes around in round 4..round 5 if hes there id almost bet the farm.... hes got a lot to prove to the ppl who has shunned him...

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsfan8503
    dont you think the te position should be higher up in the draft?
    No. The Rams are fairly set with Manumaleuna and Roland Williams and, unless they are willing to invest a first day pick, they're not going to get a big upgrade.

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by ramsfan1975
    i dotn think they will go rb in round 3, i really think there going to take a chance with clarett if hes around in round 4..round 5 if hes there id almost bet the farm.... hes got a lot to prove to the ppl who has shunned him...
    For the life of me, I can't imagine why anyone would want Clarett. He had one good year in college, and has been idle since. His 40 time indicates that he has limited upside, and he's had major attitude problems. A guy like Moats makes infinitely more sense. He would be a perfect change-of-pace back who could take over the #2 spot when Marshall retires. Definitely worth a late 3rd round choice.

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    Definitely worth a late 3rd round choice.
    I'm not so sure. I'd go with him early on day two.

    My seven round projection would probably look like...

    Round 1 (19): Jammal Brown, OT, Oklahoma
    Round 2 (50): Josh Bullocks, S, Nebraska
    Round 3 (66): Antonio Perkins, CB, Oklahoma
    Round 3 (81): Joel Dreessen, FB/TE, Colorado State
    Round 4 (117): Adam Snyder, OG, Oregon
    Round 4 (134): Ryan Moats, RB, Louisiana Tech
    Round 5 (155): Boomer Grigsby, LB, Illinois State
    Round 6 (192): Andre Maddox, S, NC State
    Round 6 (210): Jimmy Verdon, DE, Arizona State
    Round 7 (230): Timmy Chang, QB, Hawaii
    Round 7 (250): Sione Pouha, DT, Utah
    Round 7 (251): Harvey Dahl, T, Nevada

    Of course, once you get so far in your prognostication, the rest is basically a crap shoot - it's difficult to predict the first round or two of this draft, let alone all seven.
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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Glad to see you on the Perkins and Moats bandwagon, Nick!


    Perkins would be a great pick-up, as he is also a talented PR.

    If the Rams could get Moats in the fourth round, that would be great. Its possible he'll still be there because the RB position is very deep in this year's draft.

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Nic, i do like the Timmy Chang pick

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by talkstoangels61
    Nic, i do like the Timmy Chang pick
    Coolness.

    I'm not sure how much potential he has as a pro, but with his college experience in wide open offenses and his quick release, I think it'd be a nice developmental pick for the latter rounds. He's probably a system QB that could be pretty deadly in our system.
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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    I'd say Take o-line help at 1 then move ll to lb and get a quality end to replace him on de.....think about it ..............LT any one?
    He could rome all over and he surely has the speed for coverage!

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Clarett is a fifth or sixth round pick. He's not going to get a lot of money because all the warning signs are flashing with this guy.

    I hope the Rams aren't interested. Don't need his attitude.

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by NickSeiler
    Coolness.

    I'm not sure how much potential he has as a pro, but with his college experience in wide open offenses and his quick release, I think it'd be a nice developmental pick for the latter rounds. He's probably a system QB that could be pretty deadly in our system.
    I know another QB I'd like to see the Rams draft if we can wait until 2006. Paul Pinegar from Fresno State
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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Av...Nick...wow, both of you guys put in some time. nice work...although i couldn't help notice you guys both had only two o-linemen amongst the 12 picks...hmm...maybe both of you were thinking in lines with picking up a few in the FA in june...

    just for fun...here's my list:

    Round 1 (19): Justin Miller CB Clemson
    Round 2 (50): Daryl Blackstock OLB Virginia
    Round 3 (66): Logan Mankins OG/OT FresnoState
    Round 3 (81): Sean Considine FS Iowa
    Round 4 (117): Dan Buenning OG/OT Wisconsin
    Round 4 (134): Dustin Fox FS Ohio
    Round 5 (155): Darren Sproles RB Kansas State
    Round 6 (192): Jordan Beck OLB/SS Cal Poly
    Round 6 (210): Tim Bulman DT Boston
    Round 7 (230): Sione Pulha DT Utah
    Round 7 (250): Drew Hodgdon C Arizona State
    Round 7 (251): Andre Frazier DE Cincinnati

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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by rampete
    Av...Nick...wow, both of you guys put in some time. nice work...although i couldn't help notice you guys both had only two o-linemen amongst the 12 picks...hmm...maybe both of you were thinking in lines with picking up a few in the FA in june...
    Not necessarily. This line already has a number of bodies available, if they can remain healthy. Because of the versatility of players like Williams, Tercero, Saipaia, and Turner, I don't think we need to carry multiple back-ups for positions as long as guys remain healthy. Look at the preliminary line-up.

    LT: Pace
    LG: Saipaia
    C: McCollum
    RG: Timmerman
    RT: Tercero

    Back-ups: Rookie G, Rookie T, Larry Turner, Darnell Alford, Grant Williams

    You've got Turner who can back-up both guards and McCollum, Alford who can back up the guards, Williams who can back up both tackles, the rookie tackle who we'll assume can back up Tercero, and the rookie guard who can back up both guards. Again, as long as we aren't plagued by the injuries we saw last season, I think we'll be okay with a ten man offensive line unit. It's when we start getting into injuries that we need to look at more bodies.
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    Re: Full 7 Round Ram Draft Projection

    Quote Originally Posted by NickSeiler
    Not necessarily. This line already has a number of bodies available, if they can remain healthy. Because of the versatility of players like Williams, Tercero, Saipaia, and Turner, I don't think we need to carry multiple back-ups for positions as long as guys remain healthy. Look at the preliminary line-up.

    LT: Pace
    LG: Saipaia
    C: McCollum
    RG: Timmerman
    RT: Tercero

    Back-ups: Rookie G, Rookie T, Larry Turner, Darnell Alford, Grant Williams

    You've got Turner who can back-up both guards and McCollum, Alford who can back up the guards, Williams who can back up both tackles, the rookie tackle who we'll assume can back up Tercero, and the rookie guard who can back up both guards. Again, as long as we aren't plagued by the injuries we saw last season, I think we'll be okay with a ten man offensive line unit. It's when we start getting into injuries that we need to look at more bodies.
    And thats why the Rams will pick a saftey or a CB in the 1st round
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