Following the 2018 NFL Draft — where the Rams acquired 11 college prospects — Los Angeles has signed an additional seven rookie free agents to its roster.
At least one of the Rams’ undrafted free agents has found its way onto the team’s 53-man roster in each of the last seven seasons and several have come to impact the franchise in significant ways. Linebacker Cory Littleton (2016) and running back Malcolm Brown (2015) are two such examples from recent history.
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In any case, the new additions will help to bolster the team’s roster throughout the duration of the offseason. Check out the full list of players below and be sure to stay with therams.com as more UDFAs are added to the roster.
*LaQuvionte Gonzalez | WR | Southeastern *
Gonzalez may have played at Southeastern for just one season, but it was a record-setting one. The wideout caught 60 passes for 1,019 yards and 10 touchdowns for single-season program records in all three categories.
Ricky Jeune | WR | Georgia Tech
Jeune led the Yellow Jackets in receptions for the past three seasons, catching a total of 74 passes for 1,492 yards and 11 touchdowns. In his three years as a starter, the wideout averaged 20.2 yards per catch and was known for being the team’s top physical, go-route receiver.
Jeremiah Kolone | G | San Jose State
Kolone was a two-time honorable mention All-Mountain West player throughout five seasons with the Spartans. The versatile lineman has experience at both guard and center and finished off his college career with 36 consecutive starts.
**Curtis Mikell | DB | Southern Miss
Mickell started his college career at Southern Miss as a wide receiver, before transitioning to the secondary. In his final two seasons, he was a disruptive force in the defensive backfield — finishing with 85 tackles, 2.0 sacks, and three interceptions en route to second-team All Conference USA honors.
McKay Murphy | DT | Weber State
The first-team All-Big Sky defensive tackle* *was a two-year starter for the Wildcats. In 2017, he helped Weber State to its best season in school history, finishing fifth in the conference in tackles for loss (14) with 40 total tackles.
*Steven Mitchell | WR | Southern California *
The California native was one of USC’s most productive receivers last season, finishing with 41 receptions for 644 yards. A string of injuries kept him off the field for the better part of three seasons, but his impressive speed and separation ability should set Mitchell apart on field.
Tegray Scales | LB | Indiana
Scales’ most impressive season came in 2016 during his first year as a starter. Not only was the inside linebacker named a team captain and MVP, but he also led the country with 23.5 tackles for loss (7.0 sacks) and topped the Big Ten with 126 tackles. He followed that performance with an impressive senior campaign, recording a team-high 12.5 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks.