Los Angeles Rams NFL Draft Picks 2022: Analysis for each selection – Los Angeles Rams Blog
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — The 2022 NFL Draft runs Thursday through Saturday, and every Los Angeles Rams draft pick will be analyzed here.
The draft will be held in Las Vegas on the Strip in the area adjacent to Caesars Forum two years after its original date. The 2020 NFL Draft has been turned into a virtual event due to COVID-19.
Here’s a look at how each player selected by Los Angeles will adjust.
Round 3, No. 104 overall: Logan Bruss, OG, Wisconsin
My opinion : With their first draft pick — the last a defending Super Bowl champion has ever waited to make their first selection — the Rams added to an offensive line that lost two of its starters after their Super Bowl LVI victory. Los Angeles led the NFL in pass block completion rate in 2021, according to ESPN Stats & Information, but no longer has left tackle Andrew Whitworth (retired) or right guard Austin Corbett (signed with the Panthers). Carolina). Last season, the combination of the Rams’ top five offensive lines played 717 snaps together, which was the fourth-most in the NFL, according to ESPN Stats & Info. The Rams didn’t sign an offensive lineman in 2021, but added another former lineman from Wisconsin this year, as Bruss joins right tackle Rob Havenstein and left guard David Edwards. He’ll be on guard with Bobby Evans, who was a third-round pick in 2019 and has started eight games in three seasons.
And after: The Rams had two quiet days to start the draft, but will have a busy Day 3. Los Angeles has seven picks on Saturday, including one in the fourth round (#142), one in the fifth round (#175), three in the sixth round (#211, 212, 218) and two in the seventh round (#238) , 253). The Rams could use more help on the offensive line, as well as the cornerback.