3 oversized WR options the Rams cannot resist on Day 2

2023 NFL Draft - LA Rams
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If the Rams rumors are true, the Rams are looking for a big wide receiver in the 2024 NFL Draft. The team pursued 6-foot-5 veteran WR Mike Evans. The Rams met with 6-foot-3 Washington WR prospect Rome Odunze. Is there something to this story? Suspicions are that the Rams will want to thicken the depth of their WR position in the draft.

We are about a month away from the 2024 NFL Draft, and Rams fans everywhere are anticipating which players out of college will be getting the call from GM Les Snead and the LA Rams. We have all seen numerous mock drafts, and while most of us think the Rams will go with a defensive player in the first round, which most of us should agree with, I am looking a bit ahead to day two of the draft.

NFL Draft analysts swear that 12 or more WR prospects who could be selected in Rounds 2 and 3 from this year's draft have the look, feel, and talent level of NFL starting wide receivers. That does not include the eight or so who will likely hear their names on Day 1.

When we look at some options for the Rams for Day 2, they can go with a couple of avenues. Two areas of necessity for the defense are defensive linemen and their secondary. If one or neither are addressed in Round 1, they could addressed in Rounds 2 and 3.

Another way the team could go is to add a receiver. As of right now, their top three receivers on the team are Puka Nacua, Copper Kupp, and Demarcus Robinson. You could even slide Tutu Atwell into the discussion as a niche role receiver. While that is a solid top-three, drafting a young receiver could give them depth and take some pressure off a guy like Kupp, who has some injury history. Let's look at some players that could be available in rounds two and three.