The Los Angeles Rams finished the season at 5-12 after losing to the Seattle Seahawks in the season finale. That means that they are sending the sixth overall pick to the Detroit Lions to complete the Matthew Stafford trade.
The Rams will have the fifth pick in the second round, which is 36th overall. Yes, there are only 31 teams with first round picks this year, not 32 like usual. The Dolphins were docked a first round pick.
The Rams will also have the sixth pick in the third round, based on the current standings. That would be 69th overall.
The last five 36th overall picks were running back Breece Hall, safety Jevon Holland, safety Xavier McKinney, receiver Deebo Samuel, linebacker Shaquille Leonard, and safety Budda Baker. Other 36th overall picks include Derek Carr, Darius Slay, Colin Kaepernick, and Jordy Nelson.
As for pick 69, another star safety who went at that position is Tyrann Mathieu. Cooper Kupp was the 69th overall pick in 2017, following Tyler Lockett in 2015 and Yannick Ngakoue in 2016. Jason Witten was the 69th pick in 2003.
L.A. traded their fourth round pick for Sony Michel in 2021. They could get two fifth round, one sixth round, and one seventh round compensatory pick.