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    Rd. 1: Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska - To me, this is an easy decision. He will put much needed pressure on the qb and make the rest of the defense better.

    Rd. 2: Sean Weatherspoon, OLB Missouri - If Weatherspoon is there, I think we should grab him. He could start from day 1, and be a big upgrade.

    Rd. 3: Dan LeFevour, QB Central Michigan - He may not be as good as Bradford or Clausen, but he is an accurate and dual threat qb who had four great years at Central Michigan.

    Rd. 4: Ed Dickson, TE Oregon - If the Rams don't get a TE through FA, they should consider drafting Dickson. He is a great athlete that can catch anything his way. He does need to work on his blocking, though.

    Rd. 5: Jason Fox, OT Miami - He has the potential to be a 2nd-3rd rounder, but has injury/health questions. If he is still there, the Rams should take a chance on this experienced OT.

    Rd. 5: John Jerry, OG Ole Miss - Jerry looked solid in the Senior Bowl, and could provide depth on the O-Line and will eventually be a starter. If he is available, this should be an easy pick.

    Rd. 6: Freddie Barnes, WR Bowling Green - Barnes had an outstanding career at Bowling Green with an NCAA record 155 receptions last year. He doesn't have great speed, but has the potential to succeed.

    Rd. 7: LeGarrette Blount, RB Oregon - He has character issues, but is very impressive when he plays. He had 7 carries for 35 yards and a td in the senior bowl and almost had a second td. A good power back behind SJax.

    Rd. 7: O'Brien Schofield, DE Wisconsin - Schofield had the potential to be drafted in rds 2-3 before tearing his acl. If no other team takes him, the Rams should draft him and place him on IR for 2010.

    I know this draft is very optimistic and some of the picks may not be available, but I would like to see your comments and criticism on this mock draft.

  • #2
    Re: Another Mock Draft

    I like the first 5 rounds, after that it gets iffy for me. I really dont think we should add another rookie receiver to our list of inexperience, also I doubt that Blount is there in round 7 even with "The Punch".


    • #3
      Re: Another Mock Draft

      ya i do agree that we have enough young receivers and may not need more and blount may not be there but if he is we should get him


      • #4
        Re: Another Mock Draft

        Overall, i really like this draft. The funny thing is, every mock draft nowadays has us picking Suh, Weatherspoon, and LeFevour. I also made 2 mock's a little while ago and they both had those three picks... haha


        • #5
          Re: Another Mock Draft

          Yea this is probably your first draft and its looking like others. It's good but next time take a chance and put other names in that will spark a discussion.


          • #6
            Re: Another Mock Draft

            ya i agree everyone does have those first 3 picks that i like, so i put them up


            • #7
              Re: Another Mock Draft

              agree with your draft completely and would love every step of it. But if you ghad the option who would it be s.weatherspoon or Brandon Graham. I know we need a good Linebacker to work with James L. But seriously if little retires or is a 1 down pass rush, having a line of Long Suh Carricker and Graham that would be one of the best in the leagues and would allow graham or long to be 1 on 1 and we all saw how awesome graham was against qb and against the run on that front.
              Last edited by Nick; -02-01-2010, 09:56 AM. Reason: Read Rule #1 sometime


              • #8
                Re: Another Mock Draft

                if graham and weatherspoon were both there, i could not argue with drafting either of them. i would like the idea of drafting graham and getting an olb through FA or later in the draft, i think that would give us one of the better defenses in the league.


                • #9
                  Re: Another Mock Draft

                  Most reports I have seen reflect Graham being a better choice for the 3-4 as an OLB. Which would suit us fine too, but he's not a DE replacement for Little.

                  Go Rams!


                  • #10
                    Re: Another Mock Draft

                    i think he could be little's replacement after watching that senior bowl we could have a top 5 defensive line in a couple years


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