1. Trent Richardson, RB Alabama:
I think Fisher likes him, I think Fisher likes him a lot. He likes to pound the ball. Although Steven Jackson is still a great running back, he won't be forever though. When Jackson goes, that means we still have a running back, similar to what they did with Marshall Faulk when Steven Jackson came in. I think the Browns are taking Blackmon and the Bucs are taking Claiborne.
2. Alshon Jeffery, WR South Carolina:
If Fisher took the chance on LenDale White, he will surely take a chance on Jeffery. Before concerns arose about: him, he was considered by some the best receiver in this draft. If Fisher can make him behave, which he seems to have no problems doing with others, than this pick is a steal. This would be a nice weapon for Sam.
2. Zach Brown, OLB North Carolina:
Their are concerns about his physicality, but to me his 40 time of 4.50 for an OLB is impressive and if anybody can get this guy to unleash his physical side, it is Fisher. If he is their at 39, this one is an easy pick. This guy was touted as a first round selection before the physicality issues, but I don't think that should be too much of a concern.
3. Mitchell Schwartz, OT California:
The Rams need help at OT, and although this isn't the biggest name OT in the draft, Schwartz is a guy that gets the job done. I wouldn't call this one a steal, but a solid pick at this position.
4. Jared Crick, DT/DE Nebraska:
This is filling a need at DT here, and will complete the Rams defensive line. He should be a good addition next to Kendall Langford.
6. Neiko Thorpe, CB Auburn:
He is a big, physical corner who can provide as a useful back up or along side with Finnegan.
7. Jeffery Demps, RB Florida:
This is just a matter of adding depth at RB.
7. Josh Kaddu, OLB Oregon:
Again, this is just adding depth.
What do you guys think?