April 27, 2012; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Rams first round draft pick Michael Brockers speaks to the media at ContinuityX Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-US PRESSWIRE
The new and improved St. Louis Rams have drafted pretty well in the first four rounds. The brass has addressed many needs.
For starters, Fisher and Co. created one of the most talented defensive lines with the addition of LSU's Michael Brockers in the first round.
The most glaring hole was at the wide receiver. The Rams selected Appalachian St. WR Brian Quick with its first pick in the second round. The team readdressed this area with their last pick, using the fourth round selection on Wake Forest's Chris Givens.
The Rams finally found a backup for Steven Jackson too with the ability to take on to the house with its third second round selection, Cincinnati running back Isaiah Pead.
The depleted secondary received two knew members in the second day of the draft. North Alabama corner Janoris Jenkins was chosen with the 39th pick and Montana's Trumaine Johnson was picked up in the third.
But even with these great pickups, the team still has some pretty big holes to fill. The team still needs to find a starting outside linebacker. There is also a empty slot at left guard.
Who should we draft to fill these needs? Which position should we address next?