St. Louis Rams: Initial Grades for 2015 NFL Draft Class

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Though the St. Louis Rams went into this past weekend’s NFL Draft with just five selections, they once again found away to add a large quantity of potential contributors to their roster, coming away with nine rookies by the end of Saturday’s final rounds. As the players get ready to hit the practice field as professionals for the first time this weekend, it’s already time to start scrutinizing the selections.

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Obviously, we won’t have a really good read on all these picks for at least a couple years, as players need time to adjust to new schemes and mentally adjust to the pro game. One could even argue that it’s always too early to assign a grade to the selection of a player who is still with the team that drafted him; after all, the league’s best quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, never even started for the Green Bay Packers until his fourth season in the NFL, and on a more local level, we saw Brian Quick break out as the Rams’ top receiver in the early part of last season after struggling to even get on the field during his first two pro seasons.

For now, though, we can make impulse judgements about how well every pick will fit with his new team. Before the rookies touch the practice field for the first time, here’s an initial grade of every Rams selection in this past weekend’s draft.

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