The new year is fast approaching and while the Los Angeles Rams head into the new campaign looking like one of the best teams, there is always the worry of a roster turnover. Next year the NFL Draft will be loaded with talent and the Rams are going to have to make some tough decisions. Here are five 2020 draft prospects Rams fans need to know as we head into the new season.
Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama (6-foot-3, 235 pounds)
Alabama has produced some talented NFL LBs over the years – Demeco Ryans, Donta Hightower, CJ Mosley, Reuben Foster, Rolando McClain
Up Next – Dylan Moses 6-3 240lb (reported 4.46 40-yard dash) ATHLETIC FREAK!
I’d be excited if I were in #IDP leagues!#devy #RollTide pic.twitter.com/TdSYCsZwyj
— Ray Garvin (@RayGQue) June 14, 2019
Alas, a player that legitimately made me depressed when I found out that he indeed was not coming out in the 2019 NFL Draft. Darryl Williams is a player to get behind now. He’s good enough to have gone in the top 3 rounds this year and now he gets to go back to school and likely replace NFL center Elgton Jenkins. Speaking of which, the Rams don’t have a proven center which is why this pick makes the most sense.
The Rams have players like Joseph Noteboom, Bobby Evans, David Edwards, Rob Havenstein, Jamil Demby, Austin Blythe, and Brian Allen, but no one jumps out as an obvious stud at the center position. Allen is expected to get the nod and Demby has been taking snaps at center as well, but if Allen doesn’t work out, Williams makes too much sense in next year’s draft.
Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State (6-foot-3, 264 pounds)
Curtis Weaver is a very solid player. Great example of getting skinny here to break through the line even though he’s held. pic.twitter.com/lRVzBkLOgZ
— Nick Farabaugh (@FarabaughFB) June 2, 2019
Jacob Eason, QB, Washington (6-foot-6, 225 pounds)
Jacob Eason! The freshman! Wow! pic.twitter.com/mRPqUaNjhc
— Chris Kirschner (@ChrisKirschner) September 18, 2016
CJ Henderson should change his name to Maple Syrup.
Why? Because the man is STICKY. pic.twitter.com/VxV03RmZdv
— Carter Donnick (@CDonScouting) June 15, 2019