Rams NFL Draft UDFA Tracker and Targets

by Pat Pryor
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The NFL Draft has ended, but it is certainly not over! Undrafted free agents are often where teams are made. Les Snead loves UDFA’s, and will certainly sign several this year. Here’s a look at who Les Snead could be recruiting.

Rams Signings

Daniel Isom, S, Washington State, N/A RAS

Jake Hummel, LB, Iowa State, 9.48 RAS

Brayden Thomas, DE, NDSU, 6.71 RAS

Jack Snyder, IOL, San Jose State, 9.51 RAS

Caeser Williams, CB, Wisconsin, 3.57 RAS

Cameron Dicker, K, Texas, N/A RAS

Roger Carter, FB, Georgia State, 8.13 RAS

Elijah Garcia, DT, Rice, 8.90 RAS

Keir Thomas, DE, Florida State, 2.59 RAS

Jairon McVea, S, Baylor, 5.58 RAS


The Rams did not select a quarterback in the NFL Draft.

  • Carson Strong, Nevada: N/A RAS Signed by PHI
  • Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan: 1.69 RAS Invited to SEA camp
  • EJ Perry, Brown: 9.43 RAS

Running Backs

Rams drafted Kyren Williams, Notre Dame at pick 146.

  • Isaih Pacheco, Rutgers: 8.86 RAS, 2021 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten, Snead’s Snacks feature
  • Sincere McCormick, UTSA: 3.98 RAS, 2021 AP Third-Team All-American, 2021 C-USA Offensive Player of the Year
  • Max Borghi, Washington State: 7.56 RAS, 156 Career Receptions
  • Kennedy Brooks, Oklahoma: 6.04 RAS, 2019 Second-Team All-Big 12
  • Zander Horvath, Purdue: 9.83 RAS, 6’3″, 2020 Third-Team All-Big 10

Wide Receivers

The Rams did not draft a wide receiver this year.

  • Justyn Ross, Clemson: 2.63 RAS, Elite talent that had career derailed by injuries, 2018 Freshman All-American
  • Isaiah Weston, Northern Iowa: 9.61 RAS, 2021 All-Conference Second-Team, Hula Bowl Attendee Signed by CLE
  • Tre Turner, Virginia Tech: 3.49 RAS

Offensive Linemen

The Rams drafted Logan Bruss, Wisconsin at pick 104 in the NFL Draft. They also selected AJ Arcuri from Michigan State.

  • Brock Hoffman, IOL, Virginia Tech: 4.21 RAS, Played center in 2021, 2020 and 2017, RG in 2018, 2020 and 2021 All-ACC Honorable Mention Signed by CLE
  • Blaise Andries, IOL, Minnesota: 9.82 RAS, LG in 2021 and 2019, LT in in 2021, RT in 2020 and 2019, RG in 2018, Swiss-Army Knife, 2019-2021 All-Big 10 Third Team
  • Tyler Vrabel, OT, Boston College: 7.6 RAS, son of Titan’s coach Mike Vrabel, 2019-2021 All-ACC Honorable Mention Signed by ATL
  • Alec Lindstrom, IOL, Boston College: 8.35 RAS, 2020 and 2021 First-Team All-ACC
  • Dare Rosenthal, OT, Kentucky: 7.66 RAS, former defensive tackle
  • Dohnovan West, IOL, Arizona: 7.03 RAS, 2021 Center, 2020 LG, 2019 RG

Defensive Linemen

The Rams did not take a defensive lineman in the NFL Draft.

  • Jayden Peevy, IDL, Texas A&M: 4.27 RAS, 58 career appearances, elite arm length, wingspan and height
  • LaBryan Ray, IDL, Alabama: 6.66 RAS, 5 year veteran Signed by NE
  • Ali Fayad, ED, Western Michigan: 4.42 RAS, 2021 MAC DPOY, 2021 All- MAC First-Team
  • Jeremiah Moon, ED, Florida: 9.31 RAS, 6 year veteran, 46 career appearances Signed by BAL
  • Haskell Garrett, IDL: 4.63 RAS Signed by TEN


The Rams picked up Daniel Hardy from Montana State at pick 235.

  • JoJo Domann, Nebraska: 7.62 RAS, 2021 Second-Team All-Big 10
  • Mike Rose, Iowa State: 9.07 RAS
  • Jack Sanborn, Wisconsin: 7.36 RAS

Defensive Backs

The Rams selected Derion Kendrick, Decobie Durant, and Quentin Lake in the NFL Draft.

  • Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama: N/A RAS, 2020 National Champion Signed by NYG
  • Verone McKinley, S, Oregon: 2.4 RAS, 2021 Consensus All-American and 2021 First-Team All-Pac 12 Signed by MIA
  • Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson: 5.01 RAS, 2021 First-Team All-ACC Signed by PHI
  • Smoke Monday, S, Auburn: 6.47 RAS Signed by NO
  • Sterling Weatherford, S, Miami (OH): 8.89 RAS
  • Shaun Jolly, CB, App State: 6 RAS
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