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Rams beef up O-Line in PFF mock draft

A new mock draft has the Rams looking to get stronger in the trenches.

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We’re on the verge of Week 9 in the NFL, and you know what that means, right? Apparently, mock draft season! The Pro Football Focus team have released a mock draft with the Los Angeles Rams picking at #23. With a few potential holes on the roster in 2018, here’s the selection, and a blurb about the mystery man:

23.) C Frank Ragnow, Arkansas

The Los Angeles offensive line overhaul continues with Ragnow, who fits a need but also may be the best center prospect we’ve seen in years. He’s a dominant run blocker, creating holes at the first and second level, and he’s shown well against top SEC competition over the last three years. Before a season-ending injury, Ragnow ranks as the nation’s top-graded center at 93.7 after leading the nation last year as well at 93.4.

Upgrading the offensive line could certainly be an option when it comes to the 2018 NFL Draft. The main reason being 32-year old John Sullivan was only signed to a 1-year contract back in March. With that currently being the situation for the Rams and Sullivan, the C position could pose an opening spot come next year.