5. Garrett Bradbury
Believe it or not, numerous mock drafts have linked Los Angeles to Garrett Bradbury since the team could use some depth at the center position after parting ways with John Sullivan this offseason.
As great as Sullivan has been over the last two seasons for the Rams, the veteran’s production was arguably on the decline towards the end of last year, making it seem like a fresh start was necessary.
Even if Los Angeles feels confident enough in Brian Allen taking on a larger role during his sophomore campaign with the team, adding another center like Bradbury will only put the Rams in better position with the offensive line.
With most mock drafts having Bradbury being a late first-round pick at best, the tough decision for Los Angeles if this is the direction they want to take is whether it would be worth the risk to see if he was still available in the second round.
Knowing some of the early teams selecting after the Rams, chances are this would be a non-issue.
But say for instance another team would be willing to possibly trade up late in the first round or early in the second for Bradbury, well then this would obviously be problematic for Los Angeles if this were the approach they take.