My Rams Mock Draft Feb 2014 version

This is my Rams Mock draft with assistance from the simulator.

Trade Rams Round 1 Pick 2 to

Steelers for:

Round 1 pick 15

Round 2 pick 14

Round 4 pick 18

2015 Round 1

Round 1 Pick 13: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State

-The Rams will either cut or restructure Cortland Finnegan's contract either way the Rams need more depth at cornerback and adding the "No Fly Zone" in the Rams secondary would shut down opposing receivers

Round 1 Pick 15 (PITT): Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama

-The Rams badly needed free safety who can cover deep as well as play the run similar to those of Eric Berry or Earl Thomas. HaSean Clinton-Dix is that hybrid safety the Jeff Fisher/Gregg Williams covet in their system.

Rams trade Round 2 pick 12 for Detroit's Round 2 pick 13 and Round 3 pick 15 (originally from Dallas)

Round 2 Pick 13 (DET): Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota

-The Rams needed an upgrade at the interior of the defensive line and Rashede Hageman is the typical freak of DLineman that Gregg Williams like in his tackle ala Albert Haynesworth. Hageman can be that steady interior pass rusher that they lack in Kendall Langford (who will also be a free agent by 2015)

Round 2 Pick 14 (PITT): Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA

-The Rams needed a solid player at Left Guard since Chris Williams and/or Shelley Smith are adequate at best. Sua-Filo can also play Left Tackle in case Jake Long gets injured (hopefully not).

Round 3 Pick 11: Christian Jones, ILB/OLB, Florida State

-Christian Jones will be the Rams newest OLB to replace either Jo-Lonn Dunbar or Will Witherspoon because he is versatile enough play MLB, OLB and nickel package Defensive END (ala Leonard Little/Bruce Irvin). Gregg Williams preaches versatility in his system and Jones will thrive under his scheme. He is a good blitzer and best use to sniff out read option plays (which the Rams can use against read option teams like Seattle, Carolina and San Francisco) .

Round 3 Pick 15 (DAL): Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU

-The Rams needed another solid WR with good route running skills, good hands AND a good blocker in the running game. Jarvis Landry has played in the pro-style system in LSU so the learning curve is not that steep as Brian Quick's situation AND most scouts compared him to Hines Ward because of his toughness and Blocking skills. With the Rams having good running game, a good blocker in the open space would benefit Zac Stacy.

Round 4 Pick 10: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU

-He has played in the Pro-Style Offense (because of Cam Cameron as his OC), Has a strong arm and good accuracy, as of now he is a bit raw but can play right away if needed.

Round 4 Pick 18 (PITT): Joel Bitonio, OT, Nevada

-Since Joe Barksdale became the Starting Right Tackle, the Rams needed depth and Bitonio can be the newest Swing tackle in the roster,

Round 5 Pick 13: Bryan Stork, C, Florida State

-With Scott Well potentially cut AND/OR Tim Barnes not returning, Bryan Stork can provide the Rams depth at center if encase Barrett Jones doesn't pan out.

Rams trade Round 6 pick 12 to Carolina for Round 6 pick 28 and Round 7 pick 10

Round 6 Pick 28 (CAR): Chris Coyle, FB/H-Back, Arizona State

-Rams might lose Lance Kendrick to free agency in 2015 and his potential replacement would be Corey Harkey so the Rams would be drafting Corey Harkey's replacement and Chris Coyle can play either in-line TE or the Wham Blocker H-Back. he can also catch passes from the back field too

Round 7 Pick 10 (CAR): Aaron Lynch, DE, South Florida

-Aaron Lynch would be another project to develop ala Gerald Rivers. The Dude is a freak 6'6" but a bit under size (244 lbs).

Round 7 Pick 11: Tyler Gaffney, RB, Stanford

-Tyler Gaffney thrives in Stanford power running offense. Gaffney can replace the ineffective Isaiah Pead.

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