LA Rams Draft: Top 5 prospects from the Atlantic Coast Conference

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Atlantic Coast Conference

The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is considered one the best conferences in college football. Producing two schools that are regularly ranked among the top 15 in the nation. Those schools being Clemson University and the University of North Carolina. Each year the ACC is a wealth of young talented prospects who can immediately add depth and production.

In fact, the ACC has become such a popular NCAA Football conference, that many websites that specialize in scouting reports, draft boards, and mock drafts have dedicated pages on their sites just to talk about the Atlantic Coast Conference teams and players. One such website, The Draft Network, creatures player profiles that are solid foundations to use in assembling your own versions of NFL mock drafts.

The amount of talent in this year’s draft is absolutely extraordinary, considering the fact that the Rams are not expected to even pick in the first round this year. LA Rams General Manager Les Snead will need to get their draft picks right in order to ensure that the Rams can compete and have strong hopes for long-term success.

Of course, the Rams have been there before. As the team prepared for the 2020 NFL Draft, the Rams traded WR Brandin Cooks for the Houston Texans’ second-round pick. While the Rams never selected on day one of the 2020 NFL Draft, selecting four times on day two certainly did smooth things over rather quickly.