NFL Mock Draft 2012: Blackmon To Rams In Don Banks Mock

Though the St. Louis Rams have been connected to various prospects in the run up to the 2012 NFL Draft, most believe they need a wide receiver, and most believe that wide receiver is Justin Blackmon of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Whether the Rams' brass shares that same assessment may be revealed on April 26, but for now Don Banks of SI.com is sticking with that scenario in his updated 2012 mock draft.

Here is Banks on the prediction:

New Rams head coach Jeff Fisher last week broached the idea of trading down again if the opportunity presents itself. But not in this scenario. Not if Blackmon is sitting there for the taking. Getting Sam Bradford a No. 1 receiver to grow with would put the cherry on top of last month's blockbuster trade with Washington.

(via SI.com)

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