The St. Louis Rams have some obvious needs, and most 2013 NFL Mock Drafts are going to address them from now until April.
It's not even 2012 yet, so I hate to break out the spoilers, but consider yourself alerted: Every 2013 NFL Mock Draft from now until the 2013 NFL Actual Draft will have the St. Louis Rams taking an offensive lineman or a wide receiver (or possibly, since they have a first-round draft pick from the Washington Redskins, both.) Todd McShay's latest was no exception, according to Turf Show Times--he granted the Rams, at picks 16 and 20, OT Eric Fisher and WR Keenan Allen.
Of course, this is all guess-work, since the Rams' draft picks are still moving targets--and so far they're mostly moving up, to the back half of the first round. That's the price of success, I guess. Where once the Rams were considered contenders in the race for the top OT and WR prospects, now they're starting to get the slightly dinged-up goods; Fisher's comments are more about what else the Rams could do than what he does, and Allen's comment begins "doesn't have elite top-end speed," which is the sort of thing they weren't pinning on Justin Blackmon until much later in the pretend-draft season.
For all that, though, Turf Show Times loves him. If the draftniks are undervaluing a good mid-first-round gamble, it could be that the Rams' tumbling draft positioning actually does them a favor.