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NFC West Champs 2014 mock draft

Discussion in 'MOCK DRAFTS' started by laramsoriginal, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. laramsoriginal

    laramsoriginal Well-Known Member

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    Lets start with cutting Dhal, wells, Finnegan
    Let Dunbar walk
    Resign G Saffold
    Sign G Richie Incognito

    trades:

    #1 Trade with Cleveland for their 4th overall pick, 2nd round pick in 2014 and 2015.

    #2 rams trade 4th overall to Detroit for their 10th pick plus 2nd round pick.

    #3 Trade 13th pick to Packers for their 21st pick and 2nd round pick, 3rd round in 2015.

    Trades helped the rams acquire a 2nd and a 3rd for 2015 draft.

    Draft 2014:

    10th pick: CB Dennard MSU
    Adding the premier cb in the draft would instantly improve a rams secondary that struggled playing tight coverage in 2013.

    21st pick: S Pryor UL
    Pryor has the size and speed to start at FS for the rams as a rookie. Seattle's secondary dominated Denver's offense and the rams can field a similar unit by the addition of Dennard and Pryor.

    2nd round: DT Donald Pitt
    The rams continue to give new DC Williams the players to help dominate offenses. Donald would be a rotating DT creating havoc with his amazing quick burst.

    2nd round: SLB Van Noy BYU
    He will get first shot at taking over for Dunbar. Van Noy has the ability to add athletic ability to the SLB position.

    2nd round: OT/OG Mewhort OSU
    Mewhort has experience playing OG and OT and would bring quality depth to the Rams OL. If Barksdale asks for a big pay day after the 2014 season, Mewhort has the ability to start at RT and play very well.

    3rd Round: ILB/ OLB Skov Stanford
    A tough player that would give the rams depth at ILB and possible replacement for JL in the near future.

    3rd round: WR Coleman Rutgers
    A big target with athletic ability to do some damage in the nfl. He needs time to develop and work on staying healthy.

    4th round: RB Thomas ORE
    Can return kicks and punts. Premier athlete but limited size. If the rams can use him right, along with Tavon Austin, rams would be adding some major speed to the offense.

    5th round: QB McCarron Bama
    Developmental QB. Great locker room guy that has proven to be a clutch performer.
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