St. Louis Rams: 5 Undrafted Rookies with Best Chances to Make the Roster

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4. Imoan Claiborne, CB

Claiborne, a 5-foot-11, 187-pounder out of Northwestern State, was projected by many to be a third or fourth-rounder in this year’s draft. For some reason, he ultimately ended up going undrafted, but he’ll have a chance to prove all the teams that passed on him wrong this summer.  Claiborne’s likely going to face a serious roster crunch, as the Rams have five corners who could compete for playing time from scrimmage (Janoris Jenkins, E.J. Gaines, Trumaine Johnson, Lamarcus Joyner, and Marcus Roberson) and will also be taking one last look at 2013 fifth-rounder Brandon McGee.

With that said, Claiborne will compete during OTAs and training camp to try to earn a depth spot on the roster or practice squad. As a highly-regarded undrafted free agent acquisition, he could create a roster spot for himself much like Roberson, an undrafted player who was once seen as a potential first-rounder, did a year ago.

Next: 3. Malcolm Brown, RB