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2014 NFL Draft: All-Rams Mock v. 1.0

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Even though the season is still young, it's never too early to stir up some draft talk.

Is the Black Mamba the solution to the Rams' Running woes?
Is the Black Mamba the solution to the Rams' Running woes?
Harry How

Round 1 - Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson: Sam Bradford FINALLY gets a true #1 receiver. Watkins is a flat-out weapon who would command defensive attention, freeing up Tavon Austin and Chris Givens make the plays they were drafted to make.

Round 1 - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama: Kouandjio was the reason for Barrett Jones' move from LT to C a year ago. He would slot in nicely on the right side and hopefully provide the offensive line with some stability that it desperately needs.

Round 2 - De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon: Just imagine for a moment a spread formation with Sammy Watkins, Chris Givens, Tavon Austin, Jared Cook, and De'Anthony Thomas all on the field at the same time. How are you supposed to cover that kind of speed and play making ability? Adding Thomas behind an improved offensive line would bring the Rams' rushing game to the next level.

Round 3 - Dion Bailey, S, USC: Bailey is a converted linebacker with impressive play making ability. Placing him next to last years' third round safety from USC, TJ McDonald, would inject some life into a secondary that has disappointed in the early portion of this season.

Round 4 - Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama: You can't go wrong with drafting as many Alabama offensive lineman as possible. Steen would (hopefully) complete the offensive line rebuilding process, giving us a a solid option at either guard position.

Round 5 - Keith Price, QB, Washington: Do we really want Kellen Clemens in the starting line-up if Bradford gets hurt? Price is a mobile Quarterback with enough potential that we can maybe flip him for a higher draft pick in a few years, and he's almost certainly a better option than Clemens at this point.

Round 6 - Ricardo Allen, CB, Purdue: Allen is only 5'9 but he plays much bigger than his size. He could be a solid option as a nickel corner, which would be a good return on a sixth round corner.

Round 7 - J.C Copland, FB, LSU: Copeland is a 270 converted defensive tackle with surprising athleticism. He would make a great lead blocker for a 1-2 punch of De'Anthony Thomas and Zac Stacy.

Hit me up in the comments, and lets talk some draft.