The Los Angeles Rams have a history of uncovering talent in the late rounds of the NFL draft, with notable players like Puka Nacua and Jordan Fuller emerging as impact players. As the draft approaches, here are potential day three "diamonds in the rough" across different positions that the Rams could consider.

By the Numbers
  • Austin Reed threw 71 touchdowns in two seasons at Western Kentucky.
  • Dylan Laube averaged 12.5 yards per punt return and 24.5 yards per kick return.
Yes, But

Finding late-round gems is challenging, and not all prospects will live up to expectations.

State of Play
  • The Rams have a track record of success in late-round drafting, particularly in the safety position.
  • There is a diverse pool of talent available in rounds 4-7, offering the Rams various options to strengthen their roster.
What's Next

The Rams will continue to evaluate and scout potential late-round picks to enhance their depth and talent pool.

Bottom Line

Identifying hidden gems in the later rounds of the draft can be crucial for the Rams to maintain competitiveness and depth in their roster, ensuring long-term success.