The St. Louis Rams selected offensive tackle Rob Havenstein out of Wisconsin in the second round of the NFL Draft.
The Rams traded down 16 spots with the Carolina Panthers but still managed to find a player to bookend 2014 first-round pick Greg Robinson on their offensive line.
Havenstein has limited athleticism, but he’s a massive man with long arms and sound fundamentals. He should be a Day 1 starter for the Rams.
The Rams selected offensive tackle Jamon Brown out of Louisville in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Brown may be forced to move inside after the Rams selected fellow offensive tackle Rob Havenstein in the second round. The 6-foot-4 tackle possesses good lower body strength and may challenge for a starting spot at either guard or tackle next season.
Taking a chance on a quarterback with their future at the position still unsettled, the St. Louis Rams selected Sean Mannion out of Oregon State in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
The fourth quarterback taken in this year’s draft, coming off the board with the 89th overall selection, Mannion’s impressive physical traits give him some intriguing potential as a developmental prospect.
While he won’t be expected to contribute early on in his career, the Rams could look to groom him for the starting job behind Nick Foles.