It’s been a wild few months for the Rams.

They’re now officially on the clock, and while it looks like there’s a good chance they’ll draft a quarterback, they might not have any picks.

So let’s take a look at the 2018 draft and see how the Rams stack up. 1.

2018 NFL Draft: Top prospects in the 2018 NFL draft class The top five prospects in 2018 have already been selected, so it’s time to take a quick look at what the Rams have in the works for 2018.

Here’s the top five: TE Zach Miller, Utah (3-star): Miller’s stock is skyrocketing after the Utah product caught 40 passes for 5,059 yards and 27 touchdowns as a junior.

He’s the No. 3 overall pick in this year’s draft.

He also has a strong arm.


RB Chris Carson, Tennessee (5-star) Carson is a 5-star prospect who will likely get drafted by the Rams in the first round.

He led the nation in rushing with 2,746 yards last season and averaged over 40 yards per carry for a season.


TE Austin Pasztor, Wisconsin (5.25-star), LSU: The Wisconsin product is a solid blocker who can make a play in the run game.

He can make an impact in the passing game too.


RB Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin, (6-star, 2.97-second 40-yard dash): The Wisconsin-bound player is a 6-foot-4, 240-pound player who could be a difference-maker in the backfield.

He could have a similar impact to Trent Richardson.


OT Jelani Jenkins, Georgia (5,000-yard rushing season): Jenkins ran for 1,569 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2018, but it was the fact that he was able to do so while playing on a five-year deal that made him a coveted target.


WR Tre McBride, Alabama (6.25), Tennessee: The former Alabama star caught 55 passes for 726 yards and five touchdowns as an Alabama junior.


CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech (5/8), Alabama: Fuller was a standout at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine and was an excellent pass-rusher.

He should be an excellent player in free agency.


WR Jordan Matthews, Ohio State (6/8, 4.56-second), Alabama (4-star).

Matthews caught 54 passes for 836 yards and eight touchdowns as the No, 2 overall pick.


QB Jordan Matthews (6,500-yard passing season), Ohio State, (4.55-second, 39.3-inch vertical jump, 39-inch broad jump): Matthews had a strong junior season, completing 69.4 percent of his passes and ranking third in the nation with a 104.6 rating.


OT Jordan Simmons, Missouri, (5 star), Alabama, (3.95-second 35-yard shuttle): Simmons will likely be the first tackle off the board.

He is a tremendous athlete who was a three-time All-Big 12 pick.


CB Tashaun Gipson, Missouri (5), Alabama [3-stars]: Gipston had a solid sophomore season, making 11 interceptions.

He’ll be a first-round pick in the NFL Draft.


DE Jordan Smith, Alabama, 5-stars, Texas A&M: Smith was a third-round selection in 2017, and was a two-time first-team All-American and a two year starter.

He has tremendous athleticism and should be a great pass-rush presence.


RB Christian McCaffrey, Stanford, 5.25, Stanford [3.94-second 30-yard TD run]: McCaffery was the No!

1 overall pick last year, and had a great rookie season, finishing with 1,069 yards and 10 touchdowns.


CB Deone Bucannon, Arizona State, 5,000 yards, USC [3,94-yard run, 40-touchdown season]: Bucannon ran for 3,935 yards and 15 touchdowns as he finished his career with 1.7 million yards rushing.


DE Aaron Colvin, UCLA, 5/8.5, UCLA [3/5-second 34-inch vert jump]: Colvin will be a second-round draft pick.


CB Jelaine Thomas, LSU, 5 star [3 star, 2-year starter], Alabama [5-stars].

Thomas had a very good senior season, and should develop into a top cornerback.


OT Aaron Jones, Auburn, 5 stars [3 stars, 3-year player], Texas A.&M [5 stars].

Jones has had a productive college career, as he rushed for 2,818 yards and 13 touchdowns.

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