31. Los Angeles Rams: N.C. State Center Garrett Bradbury
This time of year can be difficult for all teams when it comes to deciding which players are worth keeping around, but deep down the Los Angeles Rams know moving on from John Sullivan is what’s best for the team.
Despite the role he’s played in helping the offensive line protect Jared Goff over the last two seasons, Sullivan’s production seemed to take a little bit of a hit towards the end of 2018. And while it may seem tough to find a replacement, keep in mind that Los Angeles drafted Brian Allen last year for a reason.
Also, the Rams realize this year’s draft has a few candidates that could help provide some depth at center, one of which who happens to be Garrett Bradbury from N.C. State.
Bradbury is the perfect example of just how beneficial participating in the combine can be since before the even, chances are he never would have been considered a first-round pick.
Depending on what happens over the next couple of weeks when it comes to whether his draft stock rises, Los Angeles could be in a great position to see Bradbury fall to No. 31. And if that happens to be the case, Bradbury seems like a strong possibility for the NFC champions.