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Thursday, April 26, 2007

A look at the Rams Draft

courtesy of rotoworld

1. NT If St. Louis doesn't ship its second-rounder to Carolina for Kris Jenkins, it appears the Rams will address this spot in Round One. Branch and Amobi Okoye (who could grow into a nose) will be considered if available. The Rams must avoid reaching for a useful yet one-dimensional player like Justin Harrell (Tennessee) at No. 13.

2. RB Steven Jackson is one of the NFL's most durable backs and has mastered the art of avoiding big hits, but the Rams have only special teamer Travis Minor and practice squad types Kay-Jay Harris and John David Washington behind him. Michael Bush and Tony Hunt, who have similar skills to Jackson, are third-round options.

3. WR This will probably be Isaac Bruce's final season in horns and Scott Linehan wants an eventual replacement. Drew Bennett is likely the Rams' slot receiver, now and for the future. There are numerous wideouts worthy of St. Louis' late second-round choice, including LSU's Craig Davis and Washington State's Jason Hill.

4. LB This isn't a pressing need after the Chris Draft signing, but the Rams could use depth in case Samoan superman Pisa Tinoisamoa breaks and dislocates every bone in his upper body again. The Rams love speed 'backers and Mississippi's Rory Johnson, a player with tremendous upside, could be available early on Day Two.

I agree with this article completely. I believe we will touch at least 3 of these needs on day one of the draft. I believe we will look at D-line in round 1, wide receiver in round 2 (maybe rd 1 if the right player is there), and RB in round 3 (as i said before, Chris Henry looks good here). We may also look at a cornerback if the right player becomes available.

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