January 28, 2012; Mobile, AL, USA; South Squad wide receiver Joe Adams (4) of Arkansas runs after a catch and is defended by North Squad defensive back Leonard Johnson (23) of Iowa State during the Senior Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-US PRESSWIRE
The St. Louis Rams have five draft picks left to make as the 2012 NFL Draft enters its final day. Of those five picks, the Rams can go in whatever direction; any player they pick at this point helps the depth chart.
Among the more notable positions of need is offensive line. The Rams have questions at guard and tackle that will need some answers. Can they find some help for the front five and elsewhere on the roster? Depends who the pick.
Bobbie Massie, OT, Mississippi - I've been big on Massie for awhile now, putting him in first-round mocks. He's a technically sound player that can play on the right side.
Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas - The Rams could still use another receiver. Adams is a smaller, speedy type that can add value on returns as well as give them another deep threat.
Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State - Another solid tackle prospect that was once seen as a day two pick.
James Brown, OG, Troy - Smallish, Brown might be the best interior lineman on the board still. He played left tackle at Troy, but is more run blocker and shorter, so he'll have to move inside.
Ronnell Lewis, LB, Oklahoma - Linebacker is another need for the Rams. Lewis is a strong run defender.
James Michael-Johnson, LB, Nevada - The Rams had pre-draft meetings with JMJ, who can move to the outside.
Lamar Miller, RB, Miami - Miller is a fast dude, and the Rams have learned over the years that depth is key at running back.