The St. Louis Rams currently have the second overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft and while they'll virtually have the pick of whoever they want, sans one player, there is still a player who has dominated the pick for the Rams in mock drafts. CBS Sports' Rob Rang is on board however with the common choice:
Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State: The Rams, believe -- and I strongly agree -- Sam Bradford is a franchise quarterback. Don't expect the team to draft another passer, though trading the pick to a QB-desperate team is certainly a strong possibility. The Rams need receiver help for Bradford to develop and may look to Blackmon, even though he'd provide much greater value outside of the top five rather than as the No. 2 pick of the draft.
The Rams certainly need help at the receiver position and attempted to address it in last year's draft and by trading for wide receiver Brandon Lloyd, but from reports Brandon Lloyd is more loyal to offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels than he is to the Rams.