Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney speaks at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Rams Bring 2014 Prospects In For Visits

Feb 20, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive lineman Jake Matthews speaks during a press conference during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Leading up to the draft each team is allowed to bring in 30 prospects for workouts and interviews as well as an unlimited amount of local prospects. The Rams are one of many teams that have start bringing in players, and here are a few that have visited or are going to visit Rams Park.


OT Greg Robinson

LB Ryan Shazier

CB Justin Gilbert

DL Stephon Tuitt


OT Taylor Lewan

DE Jadeveon Clowney

OT Jake Matthews

DT Aaron Donald

The process is still in the early goings, and the Rams will certainly bring in the 30 non-local prospects as well as a good amount of non-local prospects. Mike Evans, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Sammy Watkins, Calvin Pryor, Khalil Mack, as well as others should be on the lookout.

The draft is very important when it comes to a team’s success and this one just seems to be even more important to the Rams. Learning the ins and outs of the players they are interested in could be the difference between drafting a bust, and drafting the next first team all-pro.

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  • Gary Stewart

    i am torn between mack and robinson at #2 if we trade down any of the 5 o lineman could work and i kinda like the idea of going for bitonio out of nevada he may be there in the first part of round 2 and a trade down should yield us an early rd 2 pick, oh and if houston picks a qb i would not be unhappy at all if the rams took clowney

  • Mark Peterson

    If available, take Clouney at #2 to form the best DL in the league. Otherwise trade down: there are three fantanstic OL & three outstanding WR that will be available with slightly lower picks.

  • Malcom Brown

    Mike Evans (Texas A&M): Johnny Manziel has
    made some incredible plays in college football. but a lot of people
    haven’t noticed that Mike Evans made a lot of those plays possible.
    Evans is a big, physical receiver who will provide an NFL quarterback
    with a reliable target. He doesn’t have the speed that a lot of teams
    will look for. but he will be a threat any time his offense is in the
    redzone. If St. Louis remains a run-focused team, Evans will also be an
    elite blocker on the outside. Evans may never be one of the top five
    wide receivers in the NFL, but he would do a great job filling a lot of
    holes in the St. Louis Rams passing game……….Donte Moncrief (Ole Miss):
    At 6’2 and 221 pounds, Donte Moncrief will be able to physically
    challenge cornerbacks in the NFL, but he plays a lot smaller than he is.
    Moncrief has deceptive speed and reliable hands. He thrives across the
    middle on drag and slant routes, but he doesn’t make many big plays on
    the sideline. Moncrief is physically talented enough to jump out of the
    building. However, there aren’t an overwhelming amount of plays on his
    highlight tape that reflect this. If a good coaching staff can mold the
    rest of Moncrief’s arsenal as a receiver, he could become one of the
    most complete receivers that come out of this draft. ……. THEN PETTIS
    this is how I discount double check.lol