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    Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    It's the start of a new year, which means we're in full draft mode. Underclassmen are declaring left and right, the majority of the draft order is set, and the discussions are heating up!

    This is the first of what I'm sure will be many Rams-only mock draft projections of the year, just to give an idea of some possible scenarios. Expect them to change and shift as the process goes along!

    Let's start with something not entirely unexpected... a trade!

    In this projection, the St. Louis Rams trade the second overall pick (TVC for Rams: 2600 pts) to the Cleveland Browns for the fourth overall pick, the 35th overall pick, and a 2015 second round pick (est. TVC for Browns: 2550 pts).

    By making this trade, the Rams only drop two spots, pick up an additional pick this year, and what they have to think will be an additional Top 50 pick in next year's draft. The Browns make this move in order to ensure they get their man at QB.

    With that trade in the books, let the drafting begin...

    Round 1: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
    -Simply put, Jake Matthews represents the best combination of both value and need for the St. Louis Rams. Jake Long injury history and latest knee issue puts his long-term effectiveness for the club in question; itís possible he could be gone after the 2014 season when his guaranteed money has been paid out. Matthews is the top offensive tackle in what looks to be a great class; the Rams would benefit by taking the best of the best at the position and grooming him to be Sam Bradfordís blindside protector for the next decade.

    Round 1: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
    -Dennard is often left on an island, which is rare for the college level and speaks to his talents as a defender. He boasts capable size for the position and shut down ability, which heís displayed on some of the biggest stages available to him. Cortland Finnegan regressed severely in 2013 and may not be back at his current deal this upcoming season. If heís out, that leaves only Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson at corner, with Brandon McGee as the only real depth behind them. In Dennard, the Rams get yet another prospect who currently ranks as the best at his position in this class, and someone who should challenge for significant playing time right out of the gate.

    Round 2 (f/CLE): Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
    -Robinson gives the Rams the kind of size theyíd like from an outside starting receiver, and unlike Brian Quick, Allen knows how to use his size and strength to his advantage. While Robinson isnít a burner Ė and thatís one reason he might be on the outside looking in when it comes to the first round Ė he possesses enough speed and acceleration to get the job done. Heís been incredibly consistent as a collegiate receiver this year; he caught more than five passes in all but two games this year and eclipsed the 100 yard mark in eight of twelve contests. He should compete immediately for starting time on the outside.

    Round 2: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    -What I think will appeal to the Rams about Pryor is his versatility, and thatís something that made Kenny Vaccaro such an intriguing safety prospect for the Rams last year. Pryor is a guy who can be moved interchangeably between traditional free and strong safety roles. The one area where heís going to have to answer questions is his athletic ability and how it translates to potential man coverage assignments. If he can display the effectiveness and ability to handle that, then I think heíd be very intriguing to this Rams defensive staff.

    Round 3: Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee
    -Shades of Albert Haynesworth? Daniel McCullers will likely weigh in around the same size that Haynesworth was, and you have to wonder if Fisher will have flashbacks of the big man on the inside of his line. Heís either going to force teams to double team him, leaving Quinn, Long, and/or Brockers one on one, or someone is going to have to handle his girth by themselves. Either way, heíd be a great addition to the Ramsí defensive line rotation.

    Round 4: Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia
    -I donít think itís an understatement to say Kellen Clemens performed much better than most expected when he took over for the injured Sam Bradford this season. However, Clemens is a free agent and could command a decent back-upís check coming off of his 2013 performance. Maybe the Rams find a way to retain him on the cheap, but even if they do, theyíd be wise to start looking for someone younger to groom behind Sam as a capable back-up. Murray has enough ability to be intriguing in that role, but shouldnít threaten Samís job like a higher selection might.

    Round 5: Jordan Tripp, LB, Montana
    -At this point in the draft, the Rams are still looking for contributors; Zac Stacy is a prime example of that. Jordan Tripp is a Day Three prospect that I find intriguing because, though he lacks the physical ability to be more highly regarded, he does all the little things right and does them with maximum effort. Heís instinctive, a high character guy, and shows good technique at the position. For a Rams team in need of a situational player, Tripp may have just enough to emerge in that role.

    Round 6: Brandon Thomas, OG, Clemson
    -Thomas could be gone at this point in the process, but for this projection, Iím counting on his lack of ideal size limiting him to an interior position, which will decrease his value at the next level. Still, for a Rams team in need of help along the interior of the offensive line, Thomas has some intriguing qualities and should find a home at least as a back-up/reserve.

    Round 7: Lynden Trail, DE, Norfolk State
    -Trail was a four-star and Rivals Top 150 player coming out of high school, after which he committed to the University of Florida. However, he apparently was not playing well enough to see much time for the Gators, and transferred to Norfolk State. In the late rounds, it could be worth taking a risk on a guy with his kinds of physical tools.


    Feedback and constructive criticism is always welcome!
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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    You're singing my song. Its not sexy and it won't cause the fits for the fans, but it is smart. My only comments are:

    1) my preference is for Watkins/Evans or no WR at all. We're full of projects, potential, etc.
    2) I'd prefer the OG to a second day prospect, if there is someone good enough available. That's a priority position in my opinion.
    3) I like Benny and Zac, but we all liked Richardson last year and we saw how that turned out. I'd be looking for a RB potentially on Day 3.
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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Good mock Nick.

    If we trade with the Browns I would ask for their first round pick and exchange second round picks.

    Browns would need to pay 800 PTS to move up to four. The 26th is worth 700 and to swop picks in the second round is 110 PTS.

    This would give us four picks in the top 35 this year. With that kind of firer power you would think we could fill some holes.
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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Very nice! I think it hits all the right notes. I find the #1 trade to drop down two spots and take two #2s over the next 2 years the type of deal that Fisher and Snead like - continued flexibility and the ability to make maneuvers.

    Well done.

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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Very nice overall, but two critiques...

    1. If the Rams were to re-sign Saffold, I'd be fine with the Robinson pick. If not, I'd target an OG at that spot.

    2. Not a fan of Murray, even before his injury. I don't think he has the arm strength for the NFL.
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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Great mock, Nick. I love the first three picks. I say that based on the projected trade with Cleveland. If we go lower Matthews may not be there, alternatively I like Greg Robinson at OT. I like Robinson at WR as he is said to be a good route runner and has size. With our current group he can also grow into his role rather than start immediately. Dennard is a perfect CB for our tough divisional WR's. If there are questions about C. Pryor's athletic ability he may not be the ideal FS for us. I know nothing about him.

    I have also heard what AV says about Murray not being an NFL caliber QB based on arm strength.

    My one concern is that you have left the LB spot for day 3. I'm not too convinced we'll be signing Dunbar meaning we'll need a starter. The jury is still out whether Ray Ray Armstrong is ready to step into a starter spot. So I'd opt for a LB sooner. If we keep Langford I don't see the need in round 3 for a DT. I'd go LB there. Lastly, its not an urgent need but I do see us taking a RB somewhere on day 3 if we drop Pead.

    Good job, as always.

    Go Rams!
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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    not a fan of murray at all.....I like the kid from Va Tech Logan Thomas -- 6ft 6in with NFL arm....lets take him as in Round 4....

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    How about the UCF QB Bortles? He destroyed Baylor in the Fiesta Bowl with his feet AND his arm: 301 yards passing and 93 yeards rushing. He's huge. Totally impressed me. He's declared he's coming out this year and I agree with him based on his attributes. I hope Snead and company have him on their radar.

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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    It's the start of a new year, which means we're in full draft mode. Underclassmen are declaring left and right, the majority of the draft order is set, and the discussions are heating up!

    Let's start with something not entirely unexpected... a trade!

    In this projection, the St. Louis Rams trade the second overall pick (TVC for Rams: 2600 pts) to the Cleveland Browns for the fourth overall pick, the 35th overall pick, and a 2015 second round pick (est. TVC for Browns: 2550 pts).

    By making this trade, the Rams only drop two spots, pick up an additional pick this year, and what they have to think will be an additional Top 50 pick in next year's draft. The Browns make this move in order to ensure they get their man at QB.

    With that trade in the books, let the drafting begin...

    Round 1: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M

    Excellent job Nick. Now, with...

    A humble and respectful 'what if' option from an outsider / far from "expert" analyst: me!

    Round 1. In addition to Matthews as first pick...

    Round 1: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State




    Round 2 (f/CLE): Justin Gilbert, CB, OSU



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    Justin Gilbert 2014 NFL Draft preseason scouting report
    By Matthew Fairburn

    Gilbert may be the best athlete among senior cornerbacks in the entire country. His straight-line speed is excellent and he gets to top speed in a hurry. In terms of recovering after getting beat, Gilbert doesn't have much of an issue. He's also able to close on the football quickly. At 6 feet tall and right around 200 pounds, Gilbert has a nice build for the position and the arm length to go with it.

    As a kick returner, Gilbert is ready to make an impact in the NFL from day one. He has blazing speed and confidently hits the seam when he sees it. His acceleration is an asset in the return game as well.

    It's also apparent both when returning kicks and dropping back in coverage that Gilbert is a confident and aggressive player. This doesn't always work out in his favor, but it makes him a big play threat whenever he is able to get his hands on the football.
    Mack Brown: Cowboys CB Justin Gilbert will be top pick in NFL
    By Dan Greenspan, NFL News / College Football 24/7 writer
    Published: Nov. 14, 2013 at 05:54 p.m.
    Updated: Nov. 14, 2013 at 06:29 p.m

    There is no reasonable or defensible explanation for opponents to keep kicking off to Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert. Yet they keep doing it, as Kansas allowed the senior to pick up his sixth-career kick-return touchdown last week to claim the Big 12 record.

    "They're still kicking it to him some, and he's just running it right back," Texas head coach Mack Brown said Wednesday. "He's really good, so fast and strong."

    Gilbert is now averaging 26.6 yards per return for his career, but it might only be the second-most compelling reason for NFL teams to take notice. Gilbert has four interceptions this season, tied for the conference lead, after posting five in 2011.

    That tally included picks of Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Ryan Tannehill, three of the first eight players selected in the 2012 NFL Draft.

    Conversely, Gilbert didn't have a single interception last season. Those boom-or-bust tendencies could be a major concern when Gilbert is evaluated, but Brown doesn't think it will be an issue.

    "He is going to be a top pick in the NFL," Brown said.

    What cannot be questioned is the physical dimension the 6-foot, 200-pound Gilbert can bring. That aspect of Gilbert's game will be critical over the next two weeks against deep-threat WRs Mike Davis (Texas) and Antwan Goodley (Baylor). Pressing them at the line of scrimmage and preventing them the opportunity to build up speed will be key.

    [Excerpt]
    CBSSPORTS.COM
    12/26/2013

    ALL-AMERICANS: FIRST-TEAM DEFENSE AS NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS: CB - Justin Gilbert, Sr., Oklahoma State: Where Dennard may be the country's best lockdown corner, Gilbert is the big-play specialist. An extraordinary athlete with the hands, vision and speed to score any time he gets his hands on the ball, Gilbert led the Big 12 with six interceptions in 2013. He's also returned six kickoffs for TDs during his career in Stillwater. -

    Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

    12/13/2013 - 2013 WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN:

    DB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State, 6-0 200, Sr., Huntsville, TX...Gilbert becomes the 15th OSU player to earn Walter Camp All-America status and the first since offensive lineman Levy Adcock was named to the 2011 team. The Walter Camp All-America Team is the oldest All-America team in collegiate football. Gilbert, a senior cornerback, has six interceptions this season, a mark that leads the Big 12 and ranks fifth nationally. He has two pick-sixes on the year, coming at Iowa State and at Texas. His 11 career interceptions rank him 14th among all active players and his 27 career pass break-ups are the most for any Cowboy.

    Additionally, he has three non-offensive touchdowns this year, including a 31-yard interception return at Iowa State, a 100-yard kickoff return against Kansas and a 43-yard interception return at Texas. He has eight non-offensive touchdowns in his career. The kickoff return against Kansas earned him Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week honors. Gilbert leads all active players with six kickoff return touchdowns in his career. He is the Big 12 all-time leader in that category and is just one kickoff return touchdown shy of the NCAA career record of seven, held jointly by Clemson's C.J. Spiller (2006-09) and Houston's Tyron Carrier (2008-11). He also leads the Big 12 and ranks 17th nationally by averaging 26.6 yards per kickoff return.

    Oklahoma State football
    12/12/2013 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM:

    Defensive back Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma St., 6-0, 200, Sr., Huntsville, Texas,...One of the nation's top cornerbacks and a finalist for the Thorpe Award, Gilbert leads the Big 12 with six interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns, and also has seven pass breakups and 40 tackles. Gilbert previously earned All-Big 12 Second Team honors as a cornerback in 2011, while a year ago he notched second-team all-league honors as a kickoff returner.

    Oklahoma State football
    12/12/2013 - 2013 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES):

    DB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State, Sr., Huntsville, Texas/Huntsville...One of the nation's top cornerbacks and a finalist for the Thorpe Award, Gilbert leads the Big 12 with six interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns, and also has seven pass breakups and 40 tackles.

    Oklahoma State football

    12/12/2013 - 2013 ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES):

    Justin Gilbert (KR/PR, ST PoY)...One of the nation's top cornerbacks and a finalist for the Thorpe Award, Gilbert leads the Big 12 with six interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns, and also has seven pass breakups and 40 tackles. - Oklahoma State football

    12/12/2013 - 2013 THORPE AWARD FINALIST (TOP DEFENSIVE BACK):

    Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State...Gilbert leads the Big 12 with six interceptions this season. He has two pick-sixes on the year (at Iowa State and at Texas). His 11 career interceptions rank him 16th among all active players and his 25 career pass break-ups are the most for any Cowboy. - Thorpe Award
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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Nice mock nick. Could definitely live with it.


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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    I like the mock a lot. I do agree with chiguy and I'd go a different route in round 2. Might also go with a RB in round 5 or 7. But that's just nitpicking. Nice mock.

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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Thanks for the feedback!!


    Quote Originally Posted by chiguy View Post
    You're singing my song. Its not sexy and it won't cause the fits for the fans, but it is smart. My only comments are:

    1) my preference is for Watkins/Evans or no WR at all. We're full of projects, potential, etc.
    2) I'd prefer the OG to a second day prospect, if there is someone good enough available. That's a priority position in my opinion.
    3) I like Benny and Zac, but we all liked Richardson last year and we saw how that turned out. I'd be looking for a RB potentially on Day 3.
    1) Normally I would probably agree, but I think the amount of talent at the position in the Top 50 may make this an exception.

    2) OG is certainly an option on the second day; in this projection, I would have a hard time taking a guard over either of the second rounders, so maybe in the third.

    3) Fair enough; I think between Stacy, Cunningham, Richardson, and Pead, the team is okay when it comes to young talent at RB. If anything, maybe a veteran presence would be nice.


    Quote Originally Posted by Rambos View Post
    Good mock Nick.

    If we trade with the Browns I would ask for their first round pick and exchange second round picks.

    Browns would need to pay 800 PTS to move up to four. The 26th is worth 700 and to swop picks in the second round is 110 PTS.

    This would give us four picks in the top 35 this year. With that kind of firer power you would think we could fill some holes.
    I have a hard time seeing the Browns giving up two first round picks in 2014 to move up two spots. I don't know if I would make that deal if I were them.


    Quote Originally Posted by demiurge View Post
    Very nice! I think it hits all the right notes. I find the #1 trade to drop down two spots and take two #2s over the next 2 years the type of deal that Fisher and Snead like - continued flexibility and the ability to make maneuvers.

    Well done.
    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    Very nice overall, but two critiques...

    1. If the Rams were to re-sign Saffold, I'd be fine with the Robinson pick. If not, I'd target an OG at that spot.

    2. Not a fan of Murray, even before his injury. I don't think he has the arm strength for the NFL.
    I don't know if they'll resign Saffold, but they could pencil Jones in at one spot and go for a cheaper option in resigning Williams for the other. But yeah, guard could definitely be an option depending on how things shake out.

    As for Murray, arm strength is a valid criticism. Do you think that's something he could improve upon in a professional strength and conditioning program?


    Quote Originally Posted by mde8352gorams View Post
    My one concern is that you have left the LB spot for day 3. I'm not too convinced we'll be signing Dunbar meaning we'll need a starter. The jury is still out whether Ray Ray Armstrong is ready to step into a starter spot. So I'd opt for a LB sooner. If we keep Langford I don't see the need in round 3 for a DT. I'd go LB there. Lastly, its not an urgent need but I do see us taking a RB somewhere on day 3 if we drop Pead.
    LB is a possibility there, sure. But that guy would be a situational player as well, just like the DT, as he'd hit the sideline on passing downs when a fifth DB comes on the field. Ultimately, I didn't anticipate anyone of exceptional value being available there at that position, and liked what the Tennessee DT brought to the scheme.


    Quote Originally Posted by richtree View Post
    not a fan of murray at all.....I like the kid from Va Tech Logan Thomas -- 6ft 6in with NFL arm....lets take him as in Round 4....
    I'm not much of a fan of Thomas, personally. I suspect projecting back-up QB selections this offseason is going to very much come down to personal preference.


    Quote Originally Posted by MACD View Post
    How about the UCF QB Bortles? He destroyed Baylor in the Fiesta Bowl with his feet AND his arm: 301 yards passing and 93 yeards rushing. He's huge. Totally impressed me. He's declared he's coming out this year and I agree with him based on his attributes. I hope Snead and company have him on their radar.
    Bortles looks as if he'll go high in the first round, potentially as the second QB off the board. So I doubt he's on the Rams' radar.


    Quote Originally Posted by RealRam View Post
    Excellent job Nick. Now, with...

    A humble and respectful 'what if' option from an outsider / far from "expert" analyst: me!

    Round 1. In addition to Matthews as first pick...

    Round 1: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
    Round 2 (f/CLE): Justin Gilbert, CB, OSU
    I have Gilbert going in the first round, fighting for the #2 CB ranking on the board right now.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tampa_Ram View Post
    Nice mock nick. Could definitely live with it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    I like the mock a lot. I do agree with chiguy and I'd go a different route in round 2. Might also go with a RB in round 5 or 7. But that's just nitpicking. Nice mock.
    Thanks!!

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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    I really like the idea of taking a DB in the first round. I think I would prefer a free safety, which would hopefully allow Jenkins and Johnson to play closer to the LOS.

    But ultimately this is now a passing league where you will be more in the nickel than you will end up in your base formation, so having three top quality corners (which Jenkins, Johnson and a first rounder would be) would be perfect. It would be interesting to see who would man the slot in those situations, and I think Jenkins showed he could do a bit of that last season.

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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    As for Murray, arm strength is a valid criticism. Do you think that's something he could improve upon in a professional strength and conditioning program?
    I suppose its possible, but he's a pretty small guy, so I think there's a ceiling there.

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    Re: Nick's First 2014 7-Round Rams Mock Draft

    Is this another case of Fisher having the inside track on a Montana prospect?!

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