Unknown players that could make a team

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Sun Apr 24, 2016 5:41 am

Here is a player that I think can play in the NFL. He was a Miami recruit but ended up at Montana State. Possible 6th or 7th pick and maybe a free agent. We need a good pass catching te.

So who are your unheralded players you would like to see the Rams pickup?

Beau Sandland, TE, Montana State (6-5, 254, 4.74)
A former JUCO and Miami transfer, Sandland is a smaller version of Kyle Rudolph with his toughness as a receiver and blocker.

http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/bea ... id=2555487

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Sun Apr 24, 2016 9:01 am

Also like Sandland. Mocked him to the Rams in the past. Don't know if they qualify as unheralded but some guys I like that I'd love to see the Rams draft are:

WR Mike Thomas- S. Miss - decent size with starter potential down the line.
CB Justin Burris- NC St - good size but I think he'd be a great FS.
LB Devondre Campbell- Minnesota - great athleticism but instincts aren't so good.
CB Rashard Robinson- LSU - missed a lot of games but kid can ball.
LB Travis Feeney- Washinton - called the freak. great numbers/potential.
WR Keyarris Garrett- Tulsa - big guy who could be great.
WR Cody Core- Mississippi - 6'3 with 4.47 speed and 37.5" vertical.
WR Daniel Braverman- W. Michigan -small but a great slot guy.
WR Paul McRoberts- SE Missouri - good solid player with decent size.
TE Jake McGee- Florida- if the ball hits his hands, he'll catch it.
LB Antwione Williams- Ga Southern - great small school LB.
C Kyle Friend- Temple - 3 time captain. Super strong (41 reps)
S Trevon Stewart- Houston - smaller guy who just makes plays.

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Mon Apr 25, 2016 5:11 am

Nick Richter Richmond 7th/udfa 6'5 304 dad played 16 years in the NFL very quick feet, played LT senior season but projects to C/G possible 4 position backup type with starter potential at center
Steven Scheu Vanderbilt 6th/udfa 6'5 253 very smart productive TE who had a solid pro day 4.7 speed 23 lifts
Connor Wujciak Boston College played DT 7th 6'2 1/2 303 played DT in college has elite measureables for a guard
Anthony Fabiano Harvard 7th/udfa 6036, 303 pounds, 25 reps 40 in 4.94, timed 4.34 in the short shuttle and 7.41 in the 3-cone. those are elite numbers His vertical jump 32.5 inches, econ major starter at LT and RG
Sebastian Johansson Marshall 6'4 293 1st team conf-USA most athletic guard in draft elite sparq big Swede has brains/talent just needs more strength
Jamison Lalk 6'5 305 Iowa St 4th/5th long, quick, runs very well looks like a NFL center long arms, functional strength, smart all academic former g 1st year starter at center just needs strength and more weight but could be a very good center in time
Justin Zimmer Ferris St 5th/6th elite sparq all academic great production
22. Nile-Lawrence Stample Florida St 6'1 320 6th/udfa 312 33 1/4 arms elite run stuffer
23. Cory Johnson Kentucky 6th/udfa 6'2 1/2 292 JC kid one year starter played 3-4 DE and DT..best as a 3 tech slow off the ball very very good PFF grade 67 tackles 8 tfl senior season runs well, good effort with quickness
24. Greg Milhouse Campbell college 7th/udfa 6'1 1/2 309 dominated lower competition strong upper burst with nice burst 3 tech +2.3 per pf at NFLPA
Steven Daniels Boston College per pff Top grade in the nation against the run (+29.2) in 2015 after ranking ninth in 2014 (+18.0) heavy legged, 2 down run stuffer that coaches will love
BJ Goodson Clemson one year starter 108 tackles 14 tfl 5 pd 2 int very good explosion/sparq numbers
Quentin Gause Rutgers 6'0 232 elite pro day solid college player with a A+ personality/intelligence great sleeper
Cheatham Norrils CB/S Toledo tough/feisty strong 132 sparq team captain 5'11 191
Tre Jones CB Mount Union 50 career 50 solid sparq 5'10 194 fast, hard worker
Trevon Stewart Houston 7th/udfa 5'9 195 top graded safety in bowl week per pff fast as a water bug, fearless and smart fun player to watch
21 Michael Caputo SS/FS 7th/udfa very smart good shrine
Wallace Scott McNeese St 6'1 212 Southland conf D player of the year played both FS and LB all academic and elite pro day

25 Marqui Christian Midwestern state 5'10 195 the Cliff Harris Award winner for the 2015 season as the top defensive player in the country for NCAA Division II, D-III and NAIA. smallish safety with fluid hips aggressive nature

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