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    1st round
    Ndamukong Suh DT
    2nd round
    Sean Weatherspoon OLB
    3rd round
    Zac Robinson QB
    4th round
    Mike Williams WR
    5th round
    John Jerry OG
    Auston English DE
    6th round
    Colin Peek TE
    7th round
    Chris Brown RB
    Jerome Murphey CB

    I think this would be a great draft for the Rams because it would instantly produce four starters and give the possiblity of one or two more in the next few years.
    Last edited by Nick; -11-02-2009, 09:11 PM. Reason: NO LINKS

  • #2
    Re: Mock Draft

    First of all, Walter's not always correct. But besides that, are you saying that Zac Robinson can come in immediately and replace Bulger? Are you saying that Mike Williams, who gets suspended for academic reasons, be good enough to start from day one? Who knows. But, IMO, it's unlikely, especially the Zac Robinson starting over Bulger.


    • #3
      Re: Mock Draft

      Considering Bulger is 32 coming off two consectively bad seasons with a third on the way, yeah I'm saying that he could start over Marc Bulger. Bulger has already given up on playing. He has just recently bought a farm in southeast missouri. Then his next competion woukd be Null and Boller which is a joke. While I think Boller has out played Bulger, he is a far way away from being able to lead a team to a winning record. Look at his time in Baltimore. Null will be cut next offseason. And Williams will have no problem coming in and making his way into the starting rotation. We have Avery, Burton and Robinson. We don't have much after that and all three of those guys have bad health and are constantly getting injured. So it is not much of a strech to see a rookie make his way into a young inexperienced injury plagued corp like the Rams. If he was drafted I could see him getting plenty of playing time behind any of these guys if he doesn't beat them in the offseason.


      • #4
        Re: Mock Draft

        Mike Williams beastly reciever just got suspended a week ago and he just quit the team. What is wrong with that kid complete polar opposite of the 5 pillars. Way to many character problems let the Bengals draft him.

        On the draft I know spags is a defensive guy, but I really dont see us going with Weatherspoon after getting Suh. I'm fine with the Suh pick because he may be the clear cut BPA. Spags doesn't usually value OLBs extremely high(look at the spoon move adn the Giant OLBs the past 2 years). Our offense is in dire need of some help we will need to get that help somewhere in the first 2 rounds.


        • #5
          Re: Mock Draft

          I'm behind Suh right now. I think he's the playmaker that we need on our line. We have plenty of "hustle" or "motor" players with the heart, but without the game changing ability that he could bring to the table.


          • #6
            Re: Mock Draft

            Originally posted by shower beers View Post
            I'm behind Suh right now. I think he's the playmaker that we need on our line. We have plenty of "hustle" or "motor" players with the heart, but without the game changing ability that he could bring to the table.
            Another 1st round DL from Nebraska wat are we supposed to expect Grant Winstrom whos leaves for the rival or AC who we wish left for the rival

            Now onto the mock. Don't use Walter Football as your only source. To create a good Mock it takes some time and you need to check on several sites just take notes the way Beastly does his he offers some good explanations and normally comes with a good mock

            Dont expect Weatherspoon to make it past the top 15. Pike will probably go in mid 2nd. John Jerry's size will make him go in the late 3rd early 4th. you need to do more research on draft stock. And on the player him self with his character.


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            • RAMarkable
              RAMarkable's S.O.S. Mock 1.0
              by RAMarkable
              The S.O.S stands for Save our Spags. As it is not much of a stretch at this point to say that the Rams will finish at 1-15 this year, I have used this assumption to arrive at a mock that I believe is reasonable not only for next year but also for the future going forward.

              Therefore I submit the following for your consideration:

              Round 1. Ndamakong Suh DT Nebraska Surprise!! Well, not really. This is about the closest thing to a perfect storm for the Rams as the probable best player in the draft also fills a huge need.

              Round 2. Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri A new 'Spoon to replace the old departed one. Rams continue to strive to beef up their front seven with an athletic playmaker from right in their backyard.

              Round 3. Ciron Black OT LSU A senior veteran of the SEC wars and a 3 year starter. It is my assumption that Jason Smith will move to the left tackle spot (Buh-Bye Baby Alex) and this will open up a spot at the right tackle position. Most likely A. Goldberg will start the season but by week 5 or so expect Mr. Black to grab the job.

              Round 4. Anthony Dixon RB Mississippi State Steven Jackson is on pace for about 350+ touches this year and that is way too much. At 235 lbs. Dixon can hopefully take some of the load off #39 and yet keep the Rams running the same kind of power-based run attack that Spags has said he wanted from the get go.

              Round 5. Sean Canfield QB Oregon State With his excellent senior year Canfield has shot up draft boards and could be a candidate for developmental QB behind Bulger next year. At this point I'd be content to let Canfiled fight it out with Boller and Null and see what happens.

              Well that's it for now. The 6th and 7th rounds will be added to a future mock as we get further along in the process.

              WHAT SAY YE?
              -12-15-2009, 11:37 AM
            • sosa39rams
              SOSA's MOCK DRAFT v2.0!!!!
              by sosa39rams

              O.J Atogwe- There should be no hesitation here. Pure ballhawk.
              Craig Dahl- Proved he is a reliable backup.
              Gary Gibson- Good depth.
              James Hall- Good depth and a experienced player.
              Leonard Little- Great mentor, part of our D Line rotation.
              Cliff Ryan- Showed he can be a starting DT, and developed very well.

              Free Agency:

              Ray Edwards: Improved alot over they years and is a great DE.
              Dunta Robinson: Proved to be a starting CB and an improvement in the secondary.
              Tony Scheffler: Great TE, and good redzone threat.
              Jerious Norwood: Reliable backup and change of pace for SJAX.
              Antonio Bryant: Capable of coming here being a #1 WR, and good mentor.


              Round 1: Ndamukong Suh -> Should be no hesitation to grab this guy.
              Round 2: Sean Weatherspoon -> Great OLB and immediate starter.
              Round 3: Dan LeFevour -> Really good QB.
              Round 4: Max Young -> Could come start at RT.
              Round 5: Depth at LB.
              Round 6: Depth at DE
              Round 7: Depth at Oline.

              TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK
              -01-27-2010, 06:24 PM
            • msha
              Mock 2.0
              by msha
              First, the Rams trade Adam Carriker to the Redskins for DE Andre Carter.

              Round 1: Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska - The Rams lose some depth with trading Carriker. Also, Suh is the BPA.

              Round 2: Rob Gronkowski, TE Arizona - Fells was resigned, but as a No. 2 TE. Gronkowski is a big, reliable target up the middle.

              Round 3: Toby Gerhart, RB Stanford - Ideally, Best or Dwyer would fall to us here. Assuming they don't, a Jackson/Gerhart pounding up the middle isn't bad either.

              Round 4: Javier Arenas, CB Alabama - We have Bartell and Fletcher, but Arenas will provide good depth and start if Fletcher can't come back. He also provides a special teams spark.

              Round 5: Rennie Curran, OLB Georgia - Curran is a little undersized at 5'11, 205 lbs, but always seems to be near the ball. Good tackler, but his only problem was that he didn't make many big plays, with 6 sacks, 2 ff, and 0 int. in 3 years at UGA.

              Round 5: Danario Alexander, WR Missouri - A big receiver at 6'4, but not a very good route runner with a history of knee injuries. With the proper coaching, he can turn into an NFL receiver.

              Round 6: Kurtis Gregory, OG Missouri - An experienced 3 year starter who was good in the classroom and in interviews. He would provide good depth at guard.

              Round 7: O'Brien Schofield, DE Wisconsin - A projected 2nd-3rd rounder before tearing an ACL during a senior bowl practice. Put him on IR for 2010 and then go from there.

              Round 7: Levi Horn, OT Montana - A big 6'7 OT from FCS powerhouse Montana would provide depth at tackle.

              2010 Depth Chart:

              QB: Marc Bulger/AJ Feeley/Keith Null
              RB: Steven Jackson/Toby Gerhart/Kenneth Darby
              FB: Mike Karney
              WR: Laurant Robinson/Donnie Avery/Brandon Gibson/Keenan Burtan/Danario Alexander
              TE: Rob Gronkowski/Daniel Fells/Billy Bajema
              LT: Jason Smith/Alex Barron
              LG: Jacob Bell/Kurtis Gregory
              C: Jason Brown
              RG: John Greco/Kurtis Gregory
              RT: Adam Goldberg/Levi Horn
              DE: Chris Long/Andre Carter/Leonard Little
              DT: Ndamukong Suh/Clifton Ryan/Fred Robbins
              OLB: David Vobora/Rennie Curran/Paris Lenon
              MLB: James Laurainaitis
              CB: Ron Bartell/Bradley Fletcher/Javier Arenas
              FS: OJ Atogwe/Craig Dahl
              SS: James Butler/Craig Dahl
              K: Josh Brown
              P: Donnie Jones
              KR: Danny Amendola
              PR: Javier Arenas

              What do you think?
              -03-11-2010, 08:56 PM
            • RockinRam
              Rockin's Mock Draft @ Week 1
              by RockinRam
              This should be fun. Most of this probably will probably change by the time we get to the draft, but it's fun to see how our team's needs changes throughout the year. After round 2-3 it's all just pure speculation.

              Round 1: Arrelious Benn [WR] Illinois 6'2, 215lbs.

              Analysis: Maybe if Bulger has legitimate talent to throw to, he won't look bad. Benn is a very talented receiver, and at 6'2, he gives our receiving corps much needed size. Bulger should be screaming in glee if we get this guy. Avery and Robinson and Burton need a legitimate talented receiver on the field with them, which will take pressure off them, and make them more open which will in turn give Bulger more options to throw to.

              Round 2: Everson Griffen [DE] USC 6'3, 265lbs.

              Analysis: We need pass rushers that can help our secondary out.

              Round 3: Boo Robinson [DT] Wake Forest 6'2, 326lbs.

              Analysis: We need help at our front four stopping the run. This guy is a monster of a nose tackle.

              Round 4: John Jerry [G] Mississippi 6'5, 350lbs.

              Analysis: We need to fortify our trenches on both sides of the ball. This guy brings HUGE size to our line, and he should be one of the contenders to replace Incognito.

              Round 5: Brandon Carter [G] Texas Tech 6'7, 360lbs.

              Analysis: 4 linemen picked between rounds 1-5? That's crazy! No it isn't. We need to really solidify our lines, and this guy also brings mammoth size to the guard position. He should also be a contender for the starting right guard position.

              Round 6: Luther Brown [OLB] USC 6'2, 234lbs.

              Round 7: David Gettis [WR] Baylor 6'4, 210lbs.
              -09-13-2009, 06:59 PM
            • sakl18
              Sakl18's Mock Draft
              by sakl18
              Here is my Rams mock draft as of 08/02
              • 1.01 - Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska - Enough said.
              • 2.01 - Jahvid Best, RB, California - An explosive runner who would be the perfect complement for SJax, keeping him healthy and extending his career by several seasons. Also brings a much needed home run threat to the offense.
              • 3.01 - Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan - A developmental QB with a good arm and great mobility. Has tremendus potential and will take the helm of the offense in 2 or 3 years.
              • 4.01 - Jared Veldheer, OT, Hillsdale - A monster of a tackle with surprising agility. Has the ability to start immediately at right tackle and be a dominant force on the right end for years to come.
              • 5.01 - Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami - Converted basketball player with great height and agility. Has the potential to be the next Antonio Gates.
              • 5.24 - Dekoda Watson, OLB, Florida State - An athletic freak with a great work ethic and tremendous upside. Could possibly gain the starting role opposite David Vobora.
              • 6.01 - Devin Ross CB, Arizona - Has a surprising amount of potential for a late round pick. Will provide much needed depth at CB.
              • 7.01 - O'Brien Schoefield, DE, Wisconsin - A great pass rusher who was a projected 2nd or 3rd round prospect who tore his ACL at a Senior Bowl practice. He may have to be placed on IR for his first year, but he has the potential to be a dominant edge rusher.
              • 7.19 - Guard depth.

              Let me know what you think, and don't hold back on any criticism.
              -02-08-2010, 04:29 PM