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Rams mock draft: Seven-round draft with trades

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NFL draft: LA Rams can find ways to plug some holes

Vrbo Citrus Bowl - Michigan v Alabama
Josh Uche
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The Rams aren’t on the clock until the second round Friday, sadly. My mock doesn’t get the Rams into Thursday night’s action, but I do make some trades in this mock.

Let’s go:

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 30 Ohio State at Michigan
Josh Uche
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Second round:
No. 52 Josh Uche, Michigan, edge

This is a player who goes 100 MPH every play. He has big potential. He would be a nice replacement for the departed Dante Fowler.

Trade No. 57 to Las Vegas for No. 80 and No. 91.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 13 Florida at Vanderbilt
Van Jefferson
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Third round:

No. 80 Logan Steinberg, Kentucky, G

The first of a few offensive lineman to start the rebuild on the offensive line.

No. 84 Nick Harris, Washington, C

Rams hope to get starters on the offensive line in the third.

No. 91 traded to New England for No. 100 and No. 139

No. 100 Troy Dye, Oregon, LB

He has a chance to grow into a starter and help right away on special teams.

No. 104 Van Jefferson, Florida, WR

He has huge potential but could slip in a deep receiver class. This could be big for Sean McVay.

Reese’s Senior Bowl
Joshua Kelley
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Fourth round:

No. 126 Joshua Kelley, UCLA, RB

Rams stay local to add to the backfield with a player who some scouts think is best suited for the pro game.

No. 139 Antoine Brooks, Maryland, S

Potential replacement for Eric Weddle.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: JAN 01 Sugar Bowl - Georgia v Baylor
Rodrigo Blankenship

Sixth round:

No. 199 Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia, K

If he is here, this is a smart move for the Rams.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 29 Washington State at Washington
Trey Adams
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Seventh round:

No. 234 Trey Adams, Washington, T

Former top prospect struggled late in college career. He’s a late-draft lottery ticket.