For the fifth straight year, the Los Angeles Rams are expected to sit out the first round of the draft, being without a top-32 selection due to the Jalen Ramsey trade from 2019. Their first pick will be at No. 57 overall, followed by selections at Nos. 88 and 103 in Round 3.
They won’t have a shot to draft the top prospects but there will be plenty of options available in the second round for Los Angeles. We’ve ranked the top 101 prospects for the Rams in the draft, laying out the best players they could have a chance to select.
Obviously, this list doesn’t include the very best prospects in the class who Los Angeles has no shot to select, players such as Kyle Pitts, Jaylen Waddle, Rashawn Slater, Penei Sewell and Kwity Paye. That doesn’t mean every player listed below will be available at No. 57, but even the ones unlikely to reach the Rams’ first pick could be trade-up targets if they experience a draft-day fall.
And so, here is our 2021 Rams Big Board, giving you an idea of which players Los Angeles could land in the draft.