6. Garrett Bradbury
Thanks to McVay turning things around on offense, the Rams’ offensive line is in much better shape than it was back in 2016 when Jared Goff was a rookie, and failed to record a single win in seven starts.
Heading into the 2019 season, Los Angeles should be in great shape once again with the unit, but also things will look a little different now that Rodger Saffold and John Sullivan are no longer part of the picture.
Moving on from Saffold was difficult when looking at the work put in by the veteran over the last couple of seasons, but Sullivan was a bit of a different story since the team didn’t seem as happy with his lack of production towards the end of last season.
The good news for the Rams is not only will Brian Allen look to help fill the void left by Sullivan at center, but there are plenty of other great candidates to consider in the upcoming draft, including Garrett Bradbury.
Looking at his time spent at NC State, Bradbury is the kind of player that could help improve both the run and passing game for Los Angeles if given the opportunity.
Finding a center may not seem like the top priority for the Rams, but when it comes to Bradbury, this would seem worth the consideration.