2020 NFL Draft: Final 7-round mock draft for the Rams

Feb 3, 2019; Atlanta, GA, USA; Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay and quarterback Jared Goff (16) speak during warm-ups before Super Bowl LIII against the New England Patriots at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

The stage is set for the 2020 NFL Draft to be held virtually, with Roger Goodell announcing the first-round picks from the confines of his own basement. Nevertheless, the Los Angeles Rams, along with the other 31 teams, are all on a level playing field.

The Rams enter the draft with seven total picks, with four of them coming on day two. That includes the third-round compensatory pick for Rodger Saffold and the second-round pick that Los Angeles recently received from the Houston Texans in exchange for Brandin Cooks.

So far this offseason, the Rams have undergone quite a few changes. While Los Angeles retained Michael Brockers on defense, they lost Cory Littleton, Dante Fowler, and Nickell Robey-Coleman in free agency.

As for the offense, the Rams released Todd Gurley and traded Cooks. It’s safe to say that Sean McVay’s squad is going to look a bit different in 2020.

Seeing that Los Angeles has a limited amount of cap space, they’ll have to rely on the draft to fill the voids on their roster. With the 2020 NFL Draft less than two weeks away, here is the final seven-round mock draft for the Rams this offseason.

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  1. If Moss lasts to 126, this is a decent mock. I think they should not trade down and take the best available. It seems like you have done this. Thank you for posting.

  2. I think we have to address the oline with one of the 2 2nd rounders we have, but i like everything else.

  3. I don’t see them taking a pass rusher when they have bigger needs like in the secondary. If they draft a receiver it will be a speed guy not another Josh Reynolds.

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