Now that teams have received their compensatory selections, the 2023 NFL Draft order is officially set and was unveiled by the league on Friday.
Including those four compensatory selections, the Rams currently have 10 total picks to work with in this year's NFL Draft, which is scheduled to take place April 27-29 in Kansas City. That allotment lines up with what Rams general manager Les Snead projected they would have.
UPDATE March 15, 1:15 p.m. PT: After agreeing to trade defensive back Jalen Ramsey to the Dolphins and receiving a 2023 third-round pick from Miami, Los Angeles now has 11 total picks in this year's draft.
UPDATE April 21, 7:05 AM PT: After agreeing to trade wide receiver Allen Robinson II and the No. 251 overall pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for the No. 234 overall pick, here's where L.A.'s allotment currently stands:
- Round 2: No. 36 overall
- Round 3: No. 69 overall
- Round 3: No. 77 overall (from Miami Dolphins in trade for Ramsey)
- Round 5: No. 167 overall (compensatory)
- Round 5: No. 171 overall (compensatory)
- Round 5: No. 177 overall (compensatory)
- Round 6: No. 182 overall
- Round 6: No. 189 overall (from Tennessee Titans in trade for WR Robert Woods)
- Round 6: No. 191 overall (from Green Bay Packers in trade for P Corey Bojorquez)
- Round 7: No. 223 overall
- Round 7: No. 234 overall