Here are 5 LA Rams CBs to track at the NFL Scouting Combine

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After the longest season in NFL history, the LA Rams now have to immediately turn around and start preparing for the 2022 NFL Draft and NFL Scouting Combine. Maybe Les Snead and Sean McVay avoiding the Combine is more brilliant than people think, as it provides them with more prep time, which will be helpful when evaluating the defensive back prospects who seek NFL careers in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Every iteration of the annual NFL Scouting Combine is an important time for NFL teams. It affords NFL executives and scouts the opportunity to vet and meet those players who will be selected in the upcoming draft. The players who fit the culture and needs of the team as they fill out a roster are the ultimate objectives of the LA Rams personnel department. The NFL Scouting Combine is the first significant event of the NFL offseason where those objectives take center stage.

The LA Rams draft does not start until the third round, so there are some prospect pool limitations, but there is always hidden talent in the NFL Draft. The annual Scouting Combine is a time for teams and their fans to learn about potential draftees and how they could help the team have success in the new NFL season.

The NFL Scouting Combine separates the different positional groups into four similar platoons that test their abilities in on-field situations. This year, the workout schedule is as follows:

Workout Schedule

Thursday, March 3: Quarterbacks, tight ends, wide receivers

Friday, March 4: Offensive linemen, running backs

Saturday, March 5: Defensive linemen, linebackers

Sunday, March 6: Defensive backs

The NFL Scouting Combine is much more than just the on-field workouts, as the Scouting Combine focuses on evaluating NFL prospects physically and mentally, from head-to-toe. Still, the marquee moments for the NFL fans come during the workout portion of the week. So who should you keep an eye on during the NFL Scouting Combine?