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Ramzee's Rams 2012 Mock Draft

Bringing the Rams back to the forefront of the NFL

Adding more play makers to the 2012 St. Louis Rams on all areas of the field. Providing Sam Bradford with some much needed weapons and protection, as well as strengthening the depth on the bottom end of the roster.

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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (14th) WR Kendall Wright Baylor Sr 5'10 1/8" 196 lbs. 4.61
 

Analysis: I'm just not sold on Brockers. I know the current staff is. I see Brockers great potential but at this point it's just potential. I believe in coach Fisher and Waufle as well. If anybody can mold Brockers, it's them.

I'm choosing to go the offensive weapons route. Sam needs weapons. The defense needs the offense to have weapons. Kendall Wright is a weapon. Excellent body control. You can cite a slow 40 time but you can't deny his separation skills. He looked to have the deep speed, we need.

Kendall Wright vs Oklahoma 2011
Kendall Wright vs Texas Christian (TCU) 2011
Kendall Wright vs Washington 2011

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (33rd) WR Alshon Jeffery South Carolina Jr 6'2 7/8" 216 lbs. 4.56
 

Analysis: More weapons, say what?! Yeah, that's right. Like I said, this team needs weapons on offense and Alshon Jeffery is a big weapon. He was done an injustice at South Carolina. Would someone please get this guy a legit passing QB?

Jeffery is another WR with excellent body control. Natural plucker off his frame. Strong hands. Surprisingly shifty. I'm not concerned with the work ethic concerns. Coach Fisher and staff would have this young man prepared and ready to go. His best days are ahead of him.

Alshon Jeffery Interview 10/5/2010
Alshon Jeffery 2011 Highlights
Alshon Jeffery Pro Day Workout

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (39th) CB Janoris Jenkins North Alabama Sr 5'9 3/4" 193 lbs. 4.46
 

Analysis: I'm a firm believer that your pass rush gets dictated by your coverage. If you can't cover, teams won't need to stand around waiting to throw the ball. In comes potentially the best cover CB in the draft in Jenkins.

Again, Coach Fisher and co. obviously felt comfortable with Jenkins character concerns by bringing him in and I am too. He may end up being the steal of the draft, talent wise. IMHO he was a better CB than his teammate at Florida, Joe Haden and he went 7th overall. That says a lot.


Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (50th) HB Isaiah Pead Cincinnati Sr 5'9 7/8" 197 lbs. 4.47
 

Analysis: Another Ram pick I liked. A hard pick to make though, a lot of quality guys here I would have been happy with.

Pead is a one cut and go runner who works best when getting up to top speed quickly. He presses the hole with urgency and has the long speed to take it to the house. He also has an uncanny knack for making people miss in very close quarters. He can and will finish his runs. He will be a tremendous threat out of backfield when asked to run routes in the passing game as well.

Isaiah Pead High School Highlights
Isaiah Pead vs West Virginia 2011
Isaiah Pead vs North Carolina St. 2011

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (65th) OG Brandon Brooks Miami (OH) rSr 6'4 5/8" 353 lbs. 4.99
 

Analysis: Carl Nicks 2.0. Underrated prospect who should have gotten a combine invite.

A very welcome addition in the 3rd round for a team needing a new LG badly. Helps out Bradford, SJ and the entire offense immediately. Has the size, speed and strength to dominate at the next level.


Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (96th) TE Orson Charles Georgia Jr 6'2 1/2" 251 lbs. 4.83
 

Analysis: Much better blocker than given credit. Shut down talented guys like Melvin Ingram, Barkevious Mingo, Sam Montgomery, William Gholston, JaDeveon Clowney, Devin Taylor, Corey Lemonier and more. Not as good of a route runner as given credit for though, needs some refinement there. This guy can do it all! A true "Joker" TE prospect, if there were any, in this draft class.

Obviously hoping his past transgressions stay in the past but in the 4th round, this guy is a steal. Also liked Boykin here.


Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (150th) WLB Terrell Manning North Carolina St. rJr 6'2 1/8" 237 lbs. 4.79
 

Analysis: Rams finally address the LB situation that has seemingly been neglected for years. They opt for a guy who can improve the pass rush and add depth immediately in Manning.


Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (171st) WLB Danny Trevathan Kentucky Sr 6'0 1/4" 237 lbs. 4.68
 

Analysis: Rams add more help and competition at WLB with a highly productive SEC prospect in Danny Trevathan. I'm surprised he lasted this late but I'm not complaining. I feel like he has a good shot to make the current Rams roster, which is saying a lot. Also considered hard hitting S Markelle Martin here from Oklahoma St. Rams need Safety help as well but Trevathan was too good to pass up.


Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (209th) UT Markus Kuhn North Carolina St. rSr 6'4 1/2" 299 lbs. 4.89
 

Analysis: A very unique player that has had limited exposure to football being a native of Germany. Tested extremely well at the combine, like a lot of North Carolina St. guys have done in the past. Has a tremendous amount of upside. He is also very versatile, playing all over the line, both inside and outside at NC St.

I know Coach Fisher and Waufle didn't get their guy in Brockers but Kuhn would make up for that. He has that stereo-typical tough German facade. A guy I'm rooting for at the next level.


Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (252nd) UT DaJohn Harris USC rSr 6'3" 306 lbs. 5.20
 

Analysis: Not sure what happened that caused Harris to become an Undrafted Free Agent but I'll take him here. He has the ability to disrupt opposing offenses in both the run and pass game, when he wants to. Plays much quicker than his measureables suggest. Which tells me he has a keen acumen for anticipating snap counts and defeating initial blocks.


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