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DR RAM's 2012 Mock Draft

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    DR RAM's 2012 Mock Draft

    I have many versions of the draft and they are all based on the first pick, but here you go:

    #6 CB Morris Claiborne, LSU. With Kalil, and Blackmon gone, the Rams go with one of the cleaner picks in this draft. Claiborne is clearly the number one corner and adds some returning skills. The Rams still need a third safety, but they tried out numerous players in the secondary last year, and have some talent on the IR. This could make the Rams secondary a real strength this year. Alternate pick: Matt Kalil if he were to drop.

    #33 WR Stephen Hill, GT. Rams pick a receiver here to make sure that they get their top choice. Hill is a phenomenal athlete with excellent hands. He blew up the combine and his Pro Day, where he showed his very natural pass catching hands and his surprising route running ability. This is the deep threat that the Rams need. Alternate pick: Mohamed Sanu

    #39 DT Brandon Thompson, Clemson. This was a tough choice, because Ta'amu was still on the board, but Thompson's production on the field in 2011 put him over the top. The Rams get their nose tackle, and Thompson is a load who plays with a high motor. He is best at collapsing the pocket by shoving a lineman into the backfield. Alternate pick: Alameda Ta'amu.

    #65 OT Bobby Massie, Ole Miss. Very underrated tackle prospect. Needs to gain some strength, but plays with balance and has good size at 6'6" 320lbs. I think he's a steal at this point in the draft. Alternate pick: Lamichael James.

    #96 RB Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati. Here's the change of pace back that the Rams have been seeking forever. He can run, catch, block, and return making him a very valuable asset. This gives the Rams another weapon who can play right away. Alternate pick: DT Billy Winn

    #171 OLB Demario Davis, Arkansas State, or Terrell Manning N.C. State Both of these guys are 6' 2" about 235 lbs are great athletes who have good production. Both have double digit tackles for loss. I could see either one as a possible starter at the Will.

    Rams have two 7th rounders.

    Thoughts?
     
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