1. Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State
All things considered N.C. State’s Garrett Bradbury has to be thrilled over how he looked at the combine when taking into consideration that he was one of the offensive lineman who stood out the most.
From his 4.92 time in the 40-yard dash or finishing second among offensive lineman with 34 repetitions on the offensive line, Bradbury seems like he just opened up the door for plenty of teams that will be expressing interest moving forward.
What makes Bradbury stick out even more from the rest of the players at his position from the combine is the fact that he can be used as a guard or center, which is one of the reasons why this could work out well for Los Angeles.
One of the questions the Rams need to decide leading up to the draft is whether John Sullivan should be brought back for a third year with the team since his play was arguably on the decline at times during the 2018 season, or if they would be better off going with someone younger.
Opposing defenders learned the hard way on numerous occasions over the years just how great of a lineman Bradbury is by providing the necessary protection to quarterbacks. So if Los Angeles were to go offensive line early on in the draft, Bradbury is one player who could be a great fit in McVay’s offense.