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Texas A&M K Taylor Bertolet
Here's Bertolet's kicking camp highlight video. That's as complete as UDFA analysis as you should want. Anything past that is Deep Internet. You want to get there? Try getting past the Breitbart Bayless Kicker Threshold.
Wake Forest MLB Brandon Chubb
Colorado St. University-Pueblo DE Morgan Fox
Uh...Pueblo, Colorado...holla at ya boi?
Arkansas S Rohan Gaines
Undersized but with plenty of pop. Perfect UDFA candidate. Should have a chance to crack the roster.
TCU RB Aaron Green
Green's got a lot of Daryl Richardson to him. Acceleration, explosion, jump off...yup. But beyond that...what can he add? He sees the field fine and holds the ball well to avoid fumbles...but as an NFL back, what does he give beyond the first couple of yards?
Pitt OLB Nicholas Grigsby
Undersized tenacious OLB...a replacement for special teams ace Daren Bates?
Vanderbilt LB Darreon Herring
In the linebacker/special teams mix. Measurables are a minus, but could get a bump for physicality.
Missouri Western CB Michael Jordan
One of the greatest basketball players of all time returned to school at Missouri Western to try his hand at cornerback. Time will tell how the former Chicago Bulls great will fare in the NFL.
Another intriguing play at LB. This is going to be a packed position at this point...
Iowa S Jordan Lomax
Size and coverage skills likely limit him to special teams, but his physicality and work ethic make him a probable to at least make the practice squad with a shot to see 53-man roster time if injuries open up space.
Southeast Missouri St. WR Paul McRoberts
With a former home in St. Louis, it shouldn't surprise that the Rams picked up players from Missouri Western and SEMO. The problem, of course, is these guys rarely last. Then again, Matt Longacre is real...
Northwestern St. OT Pace Murphy
Natchitoches, Louisiana, is in the house. I've got my fan favorite marked.
Tennessee WR Marquez North
I'm surprised North didn't get drafted. He's got solid measurables with a lot of traits you'd want in a flanker. He's got a lot of Brian Quick in him.
The issue is the lack of production and, well...Brian Quick's not the kind of player you want to be compared to in 2016.
Anchorage LS Jeff Overbaugh
SO MUCH TO SAY, SO LITTLE TIME.
Washington St. LB Kache Palacio
I'm gonna have to go back on this one. I watched a couple of Wazzu games this year, and Palacio never stood out. Then again, Washington State's defense rarely does for anything positive...Palacio has solid size. With Pac-12 experience, he could be a legit diamond in the rough heading into camp.
Tennessee FS Brian Randolph
See Lomax above. One of them? Possibly. Both of them? Doubtful...
New Mexico St. CB Winston Rose
Mentioned this one ahead of the draft. The Rams were able to get one of their guys without using a draft pick. Solid, regardless of the target.
Nevada OLB Ian Seau
A bit of a tweener lacking the size for DE but without the athleticism for a 4-3 OLB. The nephew of NFL Hall of Famer Junior Seau is sure to draw attention on the family name...
Colorado WR Nelson Spruce
Poor measurables, but plus technique. These are always hard to sniff out at draft time. Will he be able to carve out a career on savvy and coachability?
Kentucky OT Jordan Swindle
A coach's favorite at UK, Swindle doesn't really stand out for his play. He might have the early edge over Murphy to make it through, but the Rams stacked up last year. Can Swindle swindle the likes of Isiah Battle and Darrell Williams out of a spot?