Rams Mock Draft: Les Sneads loads up roster with play-makers

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10 Priority FA Signings post-draft (continued)

The team may not have done much to bolster the offensive line, but signing Holy Cross interior offensive lineman C.J. Hanson is a solid step to reinforcing their ranks. He is a three year starter who was a team captain at Holy Cross. Standing 6-foot-5 and weighing 300 pounds, he looks the part of an NFL offensive lineman. He has the size of an offensive tackle, and giving time and coaching, could develop into a good one. He arrives raw but coachable, and reacts very well to stunts and shifts.

The team continues to add reinforcements to the secondary with California defensive back, Patrick McMorris. McMorris is a 6-foot-0 207-pound defensive back who is versatile enough to slide in as a slot corner in a pinch, or come in as a nickel or dime defensive back for a linebacker. He needs to clean up missed tackles, and show greater range in playing center field to earn defensive snaps.

If the team is committed to adding a huge target at the wide receiver position, then University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) wide receiver De'Corian Clark could be an ideal prospect to sign. Standing 6-foot-3 and weighing 215 pounds, Clark is huge target offensive weapon who is a meticulous route runner. He is also incredibly athletic, and he put up a 4.45-second 40-yard dash time. Clark has a tremendous athletic foundation to put up huge numbers. Unfortunately, his has not yet aligned all of that talent in the same direction. Clark does possess special team experience as a return specialist.

The team is not finished addressing the defensive line, and Florida Atlantic defensive lineman Evan Anderson make another strong addition to the team. Standing 6-foot-0 and weighing 319 pounds, Anderson is a low center-of-gravity player, and is incredibly powerful at the point of attack. he is nearly impossible to move off the line of scrimmage, but has no problem penetrating to make tackles for losses and sack opposing quarterbacks. His height will limit NFL interest, but I can see Les Snead giving him a chance.

UDFA summary

So after 11 drafted rookies, we have also added 10 more rookie prospects after the 2024 NFL Draft.

  • Joshua Karty, K, Stanford
  • Tarheeb Still, CB, Maryland
  • Kalen Deloach, S, Florida State
  • Jordan Whittington, WR, Texas
  • Sam Hartman, QB, Notre Dame
  • Rasheen Ali, RB, Marshall
  • C.J. Hanson, IOL, Holy Cross
  • Patrick McMorris, S, California
  • De'Corian Clark, WR, UTSA
  • Evan Anderson, DL, Florida Atlantic

While there is room and time to add even more players before the 2024 NFL Draft, here's hoping that by showcasing prospects who could be added during and after this draft, you will see exactly how much talent is still inbound to the LA Rams roster.

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