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Time To Turn Our Attention

The 2010 NFL draft is only 135 days away, the Rams will be playing out the string for the last 4 games and the college football season has just ended.  Perfect timing to start thinking about the draft – if you haven’t already.

The Rams have a lot of needs and we will go over those as the draft and free agency progresses, but the focus this time of the year is the potential draft prospects.  Let’s start with a few QB prospects.

Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen has declared officially for the NFL draft.  Mocking the Draft has his scouting report.

Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford won’t be able to throw for scouts for another few months, but he is still sitting at the top of the first round of all big boards and mock drafts.

Washington QB Jake Locker has not officially declared for the NFL draft, but looks to be a top draft pick based on his tools alone.

Texas QB Colt McCoy is high on intangibles, but some scouts don’t like his arm.  He also plays in a spread offense at Texas.

Arkansas QB Ryan Mallett is technically a draft-eligible sophmore after transferring from Michigan, but hasn’t declared.  He can make all the throws, but hasn’t had much experience.

Florida QB Tim Tebow – no way we are going there.

Ole Miss QB Jevan Snead was a hot name before the season but has struggled this year.  Might be a good candidate for buying low.

Cincinatti QB Tony Pike is big and has a good arm, but it is possible he is a product of his system.

Anyone else you like? Any key sleepers we should look at for the late rounds?

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One Response to “Time To Turn Our Attention”

  1. jeremy says:

    Plenty of QB’s in this draft to be able to wait until the 3rd or 4th round….I say we go for Suh, and build a team like the Ravens of Early 2000’s, as in drafting our strength, since our offense is so far behind. With a decent OL in the 2nd round, and maybe a Free Agent move, our OL can at least move into the top half of the league, which is good for SJAX. I love this Gibson kid, Avery and L Robinson will be healthy, so we need the 2010 version of Trent Dilfer to manage the offense and hand off to SJAX. If our Young D players continue to grow, adding Suh will be a huge move.

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