Not every one of these guys would be great fits with the Rams at first glance, but I think we're approaching the part of the process where they'd be good value and maybe could find a role.

There are some really intriguing prospects on this list, so I'm confident the Rams can still find some solid contributors on Day 3.


Nick's Day 3 Top 50

CB Keith McGill
-4.4 speed and 6'3" size, worth taking a shot on that combo.

OT Cameron Fleming
-Massive size and power as a drive blocker, could play inside at guard or be tried at RT.

WR Martavis Bryant
-6'4" with 4.4 speed. Better athlete than a football player but could develop.

CB Pierre Desir
-Division II standout that held his own at Senior Bowl. Average timed speed.

DT DaQuan Jones
-Big force on the inside. Not a Rams need anymore but value is there.

WR Bruce Ellington
-Smaller slot receiver with excellent hands. Rams have Tavon, but Ellington carries Day Two value IMO.

LB Carl Bradford
-Hybrid DE/LB with athleticism to handle coverage. Could be a good Gregg Williams blitzer.

LB Telvin Smith
-Lanky WILL who needs to bulk up but has good instincts and closing speed.

OT Tiny Richardson
-Looks the part but needs technique work. Boudreau could challenge him.

DT Kelcy Quarles
-Long arms and good upper body strength (27 reps), could factor into DL rotation.

CB Bashaud Breeland
-Timed speed left a lot to be desired, but is fluid and will mix it up against the run.

LB Jordan Tripp
-Football smarts and character give this guy a chance to become a WILL contributor.

OG Dakota Dozier
-Wrestling background and good finisher, needs technique work.

FS Brock Vereen
-Brother is Patriots RB Shane. Doesn't have ideal length but is fluid with good awareness.

QB Aaron Murray
-Bit of a game manager but great intangibles. Exactly what you look for in developmental back-up.

OG David Yankey
-Once considered 1st round prospect, gets the job done though a bit lumbering.

FS Ed Reynolds
-Good sized, zone defender. Not as athletic as you like but can find the ball.

CB Marcus Roberson
-Former Day 2 prospect that's slipped, solid size but underwhelming timed speed.

LB Christian Jones
-Great size and versatility, needs to work on instincts.

WR Kevin Norwood
-Solid size, could become a decent possession target.

DT Daniel McCullers
-Massive inside stuffer, could remind Fisher of Albert Haynesworth with his size.

LB Shane Skov
-Worth considering to provide depth behind Laurinaitis.

TE Arthur Lynch
-Good size, solid speed short area threat. Needs technique work as in-line blocker.

CB Jaylen Watkins
-Impressive 22 reps and nice speed. Has experience at both CB and S.

CB Walt Aikens
-Nice size and physicality, dismissed from Illinois.

DT Justin Ellis
-Stout nose tackle prospect who sits in a spot and holds it.

OG Cyril Richardson
-Dropped like a rock since start of process, but has versatility and physical tools.

RB Andre Williams
-Loved his story as a senior, but how much is left in the tank after a heavy college workload?

QB Zach Mettenberger
-Strong arm, could be a capable back-up in power running play action offense.

FS Marqueston Huff
-Solid size, speed, and versatility. Could blossom under good coaching.

WR Brandon Coleman
-Needs work in a lot of areas but offers great size and former basketball experience.

RB Lache Seastrunk
-Quality complimentary runner w/ deceptive open field speed

LB Trevor Reilly
-Versatility as a rush SAM 'backer. Love that he's described as "country strong"

CB E.J. Gaines
-Size is an issue but is aggressive. Better fit in zone, perhaps.

CB Antone Exum
-Size and strength to funtion as press corner, needs technique work.

FS/LB Dion Bailey
-Not as high on him as others, but has playmaking ability. What's his role?

RB James White
-Is he good in his own right or because of offense he played in? Tough with low center of gravity.

OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
-Canadian prospect with developmental intrigue. Aggressive on field and intelligent.

OG Charles Leno
-Long arms, possible untapped potential and positional versatility.

LB Howard Jones
-Athleticism is there but does he fit scheme? Could be special teamer and rush 'backer.

WR Shaq Evans
-Good enough possession type receiver, could fill that Austin Pettis role.

CB Chris Davis
-Why stop the Auburn pipeline? Physical with return ability, plays bigger than he is.

QB A.J. McCarron
-Will need good supporting cast to succeed, but solid decision making.

DL Taylor Hart
-Intriguing size as a potential left end, offers positional versatility.

LB Jordan Zumwalt
-Nice size, temperament could fit this defense. Has played all LB positions.

WR Robert Herron
-Small but can threaten vertically or contribute on special teams.

OT Seantrel Henderson
-Very questionable maturity but has the physical tools to be developed.

LB Adrian Hubbard
-Size of a DE but could be tried as a blitzing linebacker. Hasn't come together for him yet.

QB Tom Savage
-Inconsistent passer but he has physical tools. Hasn't been able to put it together.

LB Chris Smith
-Might be worth looking at as situational blitzer or special teams player.