1.Kenny Vaccaro(SS-Texas)- Best safety in the draft would make an impact right away on the defense just hope he is available here. And the rams do need help at that position so it fills a need there with a playmaking stud.
1.Jonathan Cooper(OG UNC)-Would love to say Chance Warmack but he will be gone but Cooper he is good alternate choice and he will help the O line significantly.
2.Tyler Eifert(TE ND)- A nice weapon for Bradford and it will give the rams a nice mix at TE.
(FS Fresno State)-Gives the rams a nice pair of rookies to help round out their secondary.
4.Zaviar Gooden(OLB MIZZOU)- He would fit right in with the rams and be a playmaker for them right next to dunbar and laurinitias.
5.Michael Buchannan(DE Illinois)-Jeff Fisher loves defensvie line depth and if they can't re-sign hayes at a descent price then this pick makes sense to me and there has been some descent talent coming from Illinois these past few years and i heard this kid is a likely one too.
6.Montori Hughes(DT-Tennessee-Martin)-Another d-line men? Why not he has some off the field issues but the kid can play, the rams showed this past draft they are willing to look past that and look at pure talent he would fit very nice in the rams defense.
7.Braden Brown(OT BYU)-Nice way to end the draft with some more offensive line help.
So let's do a re-cap I went pretty heavy on the defense even though they played really well last year, but remeber the old saying offense fills seats and defense wins championships. Jeff Fisher loves defense too so dont be shocked if he drafts more defense than offense.
Some people have the rams taking a WR I dont because I like some they have Givens looks to be a threat im not giving up on Quick either, and i believe they will re-sign Amendola Gibson could be back but i wouldnt mind my starters of Givens, Quick, Amendola , Kendricks and Eiffert if we draft him. That would be solid to me.
All in all i think every player I selected not only has a chance to make the team but i believe most of them could be starters eventually.