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Random Ramsdom: Who is your favorite UDFA that the Rams signed?

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The Rams completed their entire draft weekend haul after they announced the signing of 20 UDFAs on Saturday afternoon. In that group, the Rams signed two quarterbacks with the 20 prospects split down the middle in terms of offensive and defensive players.

There’s plenty of interesting among the new UDFAs but I think my favorite might have to be the linebacker from FCS South Dakota State, Christian Rozeboom. At 6’2 and 230 pounds, he was a tackle vacuum at the FCS level as he finished his four-year career for the Jack’s with a whopping 475 tackles. He was a four-time All-MVFC selection and a three-time FCS All-American, gathering 100+ tackles every season in college. He also had 29 tackles-for-loss, eight interceptions, eight forced fumbles and was a finalist for the 2019 Buck Buchanan Award which goes to the best defensive player at the FCS level.

For those of you who have gotten to glance over the new UDFAs and do your own bit of research, who is your favorite? Or simply, who looks the most intriguing to you out of the bunch?

Rams News:

Stu Jackson looks back on draft day memories for LB Troy Reeder (

Stu Jackson chats with new S Jordan about his familiarity with LA (

Bret Stuter discusses one of the newest Rams in UDFA LB Dayan Lake (Ramblin’ Fan)

Manuel Harari gives his thoughts on new OG Tremayne Anchrum (Ramblin’ Fan)

Cameron DaSilva relays new TE Brycen Hopkins’ comments to be the next great NFL tight end (The Rams Wire)

Rob Goldberg reports that Sean McVay looked to the Clippers Head Coach for advise with virtual meetings (Bleacher Report)

Skyler Carlin grades the entire Rams draft haul (NFL Analysis Network)

NFL News:

Tyler Conway reports the Saints new signing of QB Jameis Winston (Bleacher Report)

ESPN lists the biggest post-draft questions for each of the 32 NFL teams (ESPN)

Brady Henderson reports the Seahawks cut two of their former starters on the offensive line (ESPN)