Round 4, Pick 133: Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State
Isn’t it crazy to think how quickly things can change in the NFL? Back in 2017 when the Rams hired McVay as the youngest head coach in NFL history, the offensive line was absolutely horrendous, and there was simply no other way to put it.
In fact, the horrendous offensive line in 2016 was one of the main reasons behind Jared Goff failing to win a single game as a rookie in seven attempts, but luckily this is no longer an issue for the NFC champions.
Of course, the Rams could benefit from adding some offensive lineman in this year’s draft since not only is Andrew Whitworth most likely retiring after the 2019 season, but also the team moved on from Rodger Saffold and John Sullivan this offseason as well.
Players selected last year in Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allen certainly have great potential to take on larger roles in 2019, but even Los Angeles is smart enough to know that nothing is guaranteed in the NFL.
With Ohio State’s Isaiah Prince expected to be selected on the final day of the draft, the Buckeyes star could be a great fit for the Rams on the offensive line, and provide some much-needed depth heading into the 2019 season.