LA Rams 2024 pre-draft meeting tracker: Meetings, projections, updated 4/22 1:00 pm

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Offensive players

The LA Rams have invested quite heavily into their offense, so any prospect draft in the 2024 NFL Draft on the offensive side of the football will either be elite enough to start from Day 1 or will be added as a depth player for the 2024 NFL season.

The LA Rams met with Washington WR Rome Odunze. He is an elite prospect who would be an immediate contributor to the offense in 2024.

Rams met with Oregon State OT Taliese Fuaga, a versatile offensive lineman who is a bit high on the draft board to be a depth player. If selected, will he compete for the left tackle position?

And this Pac-10 quarterback, Bo Nix, is a depth player, who would be added to learn the offense in 2024. But if selected, you have to presume that he is the heir apparent to succeed after starting quarterback Matthew Stafford:

Michigan OL Karsen Barnhart met with the LA Rams at his pro day. Barnhart is incredibly versatile, having started at practically every offensive line position for the Wolverines sans center. Scouts also met with WR Rome Wilson as well (see defense section)

The Rams reportedly met with Florida State WR Ricky Pearsall. Persall has Rams offensive fit written all over him. If the LA Rams have concerns over All-Pro WR Cooper Kupp's successor, then you can bet they have a lot written up about Ricky Pearsall.

A very curious meeting took place between LA Rams scouts and Washington Huskies left tackle prospect Troy Fautanu. While the team did sign Alaric Jackson back for 2024, they may still be searching for the future heir for that blind side offensive tackle position. Outside of Notre Dame's Joe Alt, Troy Fautanu is considered by many to be a sure-fire success as an NFL left tackle. Is this the time to land one? Fautanu is projected as a Round 1 pick, and could fall to the Rams naturally at 19.

And the team continues to meet with players via Zoom. There is confirmation that the Rams have met with Washington Huskies offensive tackle for the secnd time.

The Rams are also rumored to have met with Alabama RB Jase McClellan. McClellan is a 5-foot-10 thumber who weighs 221 pounds. He has a solid blocking skill and a north-south no-nonsense running style that may not have the burst of a race car but has the traction of a Jeep. He is gifted as both a runner and a receiver. Even though he is projected to come off the draft board on Day 3, he has the versatility that makes him an ideal Rams running back prospect.

The Rams rumors continue to spin, this time over Notre Dame RB Audric Estime. Projected to be selected early in Day 3, many fans view this 5-foot-11 221-pound rushing prospect out of Notre Dame hearing his name called out much sooner. Esime had a productive college career, and showed steady development as both a runner and receiver. Unlike smaller runners who rely on elusiveness, Estime challengers would-be tacklers by running through them with a sadistic style that takes it's toll over the course of a fame.

The LA Rams are always on the lookout for versatile offensive linemen, and Auburn Tigers interior offensive lineman Avery Jones checks all of the boxes. Primarily viewed as a center, the 6-foot-4 317-pound offensive lineman can start in all three interior line positions, and could even stand in at offensive tackle in a pinch.

There will be more offensive players discussed as we draw closer to the 2024 NFL Draft. Now, what about that defense?