In the latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft, the Los Angeles Rams focus on the offensive line by selecting Garrett Bradbury out of N.C. State.
Now that the NFL Combine is officially in the books, and the Los Angeles Rams had another opportunity to evaluate plenty of great talent at all positions, it only seems fair to roll with another 2019 NFL Mock Draft.
Since losing Super Bowl 53 in one of the worst ways possible by failing to score a single touchdown against the New England Patriots, the Rams wasted little time preparing for another busy offseason.
From finding out that Andrew Whitworth would be returning for his third season with the team to trying to determine whether they should bring Ndamukong Suh back for another year, Los Angeles has already been busy, and it’s only going to continue over the next few months.
Most recently, the Rams participated in this year’s combine with all of the other 31 teams in Indianapolis to get a better look at some of the top rookies from this year’s class, with numerous players making a strong case for their draft stock to rise in the upcoming weeks.
Obviously, nothing is set in stone at the moment when it comes to narrowing down who Los Angeles will go with in the first round (No. 31) of this year’s draft since plenty can change from now until the end of April, but at least fans have somewhat of an idea.
Just because the Rams met with players like Montez Sweat and Jachai Polite doesn’t necessarily mean they will be the ones selected early on for the NFC champions, especially if they already happen to be off the board near the end of the first round.
To help get a better idea of whom Los Angeles may go with, it’s time to take another look at the latest NFL Mock Draft after the conclusion of the combine.