4th-7th Round Prospects To Watch During The Combine

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Jan 3, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Michael Sam (52) reacts after a play during the second half against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the 2014 Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

4th Round

LB Michael Sam, Missouri

Sam isn’t a player the Rams will consider only because he doesn’t fit their scheme. However, all eyes will be on Sam on how he does in his workouts. He will definitely be a player to watch.

RB De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon

The Rams could don’t need to draft a running that they plan on starting, but one that can come in and compete with Richardson, Pead, and Cunningham will be a priority. The Rams don’t want to run Stacy dry too early in his career, and a change of pace back like Thomas gives the Rams some variety in the backfield.

OG Ryan Groy, Wisconsin

The Rams need some depth on the offensive line especially on the interior and Ryan Groy brings just that. Fisher likes to draft lineman in the later rounds and then develop them and Groy would give Fisher a project to work on.