So I love to play with the Mock draft machines and see how draft might fall with different type of Trades.
And then at 13 we gamble and trade in division with 49ers, They have a lot of picks to play with and expect them to be players come draft day. For this pick Rams receive #30, #55, &77 this year.
So here is how the first Three Rounds Shape out.
4- Khalil Mack OLB - Buffalo - Can play either 4-3 or 3-4. Arguably the best LB in this years Draft. Mack is a three-down linebacker capable of disrupting offenses in a variety of ways
30- Calvin Pryor FS Louisville - Fisher does it again, No lineman first round and Two top needs filled. Pryor may be the D.J. Swearinger or Jonathan Cyprien of this draft -- a hard-hitting safety whose instincts for finding the football are Round 1 caliber. Again, the name of the game for defenses now is versatility, and Pryor can cover a whole lot of ground in the secondary.
35- Antonio Richardson OT Tennessee - Richardson is a massive offensive tackle with the ability to re-route pass rushers and be a road-grader in the ground game.
44- Zack Martin OG Notre Dame - Martin lined up at both guard and tackle at the Senior Bowl and routinely stymied the competition with quickness, power and overall technique.
He was one of the few blockers at the Senior Bowl who was able to keep up with Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Some teams will look to keep him at tackle, but he is a future Pro Bowler at guard.
55- Terrance Mitchell CB Oregon - Alert defender who reads the quarterback and receiver, responding well when the ball is in the air. Very confident in his ability to close. Will bait quarterbacks, allowing room to receivers and breaking downhill hard to close in a flash.
75- Will Sutton DT Arizona - Appearing much stouter on film than the 6-1, 267 pounds he has been officially listed as by Arizona State over the past two years, Sutton could find surprising interest from NFL teams. With the proliferation of spread offenses in the NFL making it imperative that defenses put immediate pressure on the quarterback, "undersized" interior pass rush specialists like Sutton could have a niche, especially as teams begin to rotate their defensive linemen with increasing frequency.
77- Bishop Sankey RB Washington - his vision, agility, burst and underrated power make him every effective as an "air" back. Capable of handling third down duties, as well, Sankey ranks as one of 2014's best all-purpose backs .
83- Mike Davis WR Texas - 2014 Senior Bowl Wednesday...Entering the week of practice, Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews was receiving plenty of praise for his polish but Texas' Mike Davis has proven just as reliable as a route-runner and hand-catcher throughout the week. The 6-foot (and 3/8), 193-pound Davis' value is increased because of his sure hands and burst as a returner. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
So there you have it Three Rounds where the Rams use the picks in the First Round to add great talent in 2014 and nice talent to every need position.