Did the Los Angeles Rams have the best draft?

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Hemingway’s name went largely unnoticed, but it shouldn’t: he can play. I graded him as a late 7th round prospect, but the Rams obviously weren’t going to be there after the sixth so it makes sense. Hemingway bring “move” tight end potential as a 6’5,” 244 pounder who runs and plays like a wide receiver, possessing desirable fluidity and long strides. He provides another passing weapon as a guy who wastes little time getting into his route and creates separation at the top. Hemingway plays with great speed, and when he gets to top speed, it’s hard to defeat his blend of physicality and quickness.

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