It is Mock Draft Monday on theRams.com, where we will be taking a look at experts' projections for who the Rams will select in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Here's a roundup of the latest predictions with the draft a little over two weeks away:
The Athletic (subscription required to read full projections)
Date: April 6
Expert: Jourdan Rodrigue, Rams beat writer
The pick(s): Nebraska CB Cam Taylor-Britt (No. 104 overall, pictured above)
Notes: Taylor-Britt started all 12 games for the Cornhuskers last season, collecting a career-high 51 tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack, and a career-high 11 pass breakups.
Date: March 24
Expert: Thor Nystrom, Senior Content Creator College Football/NFLDraft
The pick(s): Virginia Tech edge Amare Barno (No. 104, pictured above)
Notes: The 6-foot-5, 246-pound Barno produced 35 tackles (5.5 for loss) plus 3.5 sacks while starting in all 12 regular season games prior to opting out of the Hokies' bowl game.
Date: April 5
Expert: Eddie Brown, NFL Draft analyst
The pick(s): Central Michigan OL Luke Goedeke
Notes: The 6-foot-5, 312-pound Goedeke converted from tight end to right tackle during his college career, starting 10 games at the latter position last year and 25 overall during his career. He received an invitation to this year's Senior Bowl.
Date: April 8
Expert: Chad Reuter, draft analyst
The pick(s): Western Kentucky edge DeAngelo Malone (No. 104 overall), San Diego State punter Matt Araiza (No. 142 overall)
Notes: Malone tied for ninth in the FBS with 17.5 tackles for loss last season, plus a team-high nine sacks and tying for 10th in the FBS with four forced fumbles en route to his second Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year Award.
ESPN (subscription required to read full projections)
Date: April 11
Expert: Jordan Reid, NFL Draft Analyst
The pick(s): UT Chattanooga C Cole Strange (No. 104 overall)
Notes: A five-year starter for the Mocs, Strange won the Jacobs Blocking Award for the Southern Conference for a second-straight year after starting all 11 games (nine at left guard and two at left tackle) and blocking for an offensive line that paved the way for 205.5 rushing yards per game.
Date: April 11
Expert: Ryan Wilson, NFL and NFL Draft writer
The pick(s): San Diego State edge Cameron Thomas (No. 104 overall)
Notes: A native of nearby Carlsbad, Calif., Thomas posted 11.5 sacks and 16 tackles for loss en route to second-team Associated Press All-American honors and the MWC Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2021.