The 2012 NFL Draft is rapidly approaching, and the St. Louis Rams hold five picks in the top 100, including No. 6 overall (from Washington), No. 33 overall and No. 39 overall (from Washington). Todd McShay of ESPN released his latest mock draft (Insider only) and he projected picks in the first two rounds, so all three of the picks listed above received attention. McShay predicted the Rams will take LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne with the sixth overall pick, but the second-round selections are even more interesting.
With the No. 33 overall pick, McShay has the Rams adding Michigan State DT Jerel Worthy, and he goes back to LSU for the No. 39 selection for wide receiver Rueben Randle. According to SB Nation's NFL draft blog, Mocking The Draft, Worthy is the fifth-best defensive tackle in the 2012 draft class, and Randle comes in as the No. 11 WR.
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