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Scouting the 2013 NFL Draft

Rams like Wingo?

The Rams like big backs, and it's just no lie.

Flordia State OT Menelik Watson scouting report

Menelik Watson visited with the St. Louis Rams, is he worth the team drafting him? Well let's find out.

The Running Back Big Board

The Turf Show Time's team takes a stab at creating a comprehensive big board for running backs.

Is Larry Warford the answer at guard?

Despite being a three time All-SEC performer, Warford isn't seen as a first round talent. Should he be?

Scouting Report: Kansas State OLB Arthur Brown

The St. Louis Rams need outside linebacker help and Arthur Brown could be their player. Let's find out more about Kansas State star linebacker.

Johnathan Franklin Scouting Report

Jonathan Franklin has been getting a lot of attention, after his great senior season at UCLA. The Rams recently brought him in for a visit.

Scouting Report: WR Terrance Williams

Baylor's WR Terrance Williams could be a Day Two option for the St. Louis Rams if the decide to forgo receivers at 16 and 22 in the first round.

Should the Rams draft Keenan Allen?

The St. Louis Rams need help at wide receiver. Keenan Allen will most likely be available with the teams 22 draft selection, should the Rams take a flyer on him? and how was his pro day? Those questions are answered.

Scouting Report: LB Alec Olgetree

The St. Louis Rams will have the chance to take a closer look at Georgia's linebacker Alec Ogletree in a Pr-draft visit.

Scouting report on offensive linemen Dallas Thomas

The St. Louis Rams need help, and the will be looking for players on the offensive line in the draft. Is Thomas worth a selection? Let's look at the scouting report.

Scouting Report: Quinton Patton

The Rams will add a wide receiver to the roster. That's a given, but could the Rams add another small school player to their thin wide receiver ranks? It could happen. Just in case, Tevin and Eric took a look at Louisiana Tech wideout Quinton Patton.

2013 NFL Draft: Scouting Profile Johnathan Cyprien

The St. Louis Rams need a safety, and they will most likely find that player in the draft. So why not draft a player that has the potential to be the best one in the class?