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2024 NFL Mock Draft: Los Angeles Rams Land Surprise Pick In Sixth Round

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Fox Sports recently released a seven-round mock draft, projecting which players the Los Angeles Rams will select in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Below is a look at those selections along with a breakdown of how the player performed in college – including a surprising and intriguing pick in the sixth round.

Round 1, Pick 19: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Combine posting a 4.33 40-yard dash, 38-inch vertical and benched 225 pounds 20 times. He had six interceptions in four seasons.

Round 2, Pick 52: OLB, Bralen Trice, Washington

Bralen Trice was an enforcer on Washington’s defensive line en route to a National Championship Game appearance. Trice had 49 tackles (30 solo), seven sacks, a forced fumble and a recovery. He also had two passes defensed.


Nov 25, 2023; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes defensive tackle Michael Hall Jr. (51)

Round 3, Pick 83: DT, Michael Hall Jr., Ohio State

Michael Hall Jr. was impactful on Ohio State’s defensive line. He had 24 tackles (nine solo) and 1.5 sacks. He had 4.5 sacks the season prior.

Round 3, Pick 99: WR Luke McCaffrey, Rice

Luke McCaffrey is the brother of San Francisco 49ers’ star Christian McCaffery. He made a name for himself at Rice after catching 71 passes for 992 yards and 13 touchdowns. He had 58 catches for 723 yards and six touchdowns the year prior.

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Tennessee quarterback Joe Milton III (7) runs with the ball during the NCAA college football game

Round 5, Pick 154: QB, Joe Milton, Tennessee

Joe Milton is a strong-armed quarterback out of Tennessee. That sounds like typical praise for a passer, but Milton’s arm strength is stunning. He struggled with accuracy and putting those two traits together could give him a bright future in the NFL. You can’t teach Milton’s arm strength, so he’ll be drafted.

Round 5, Pick 155: LB, Trevin Wallace, Kentucky

Trevin Wallace had a breakout season in 2023 at Kentucky, recording 80 tackles (45 solo), 5.5 sacks, a forced fumble and an interception. He had 54 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two interceptions in 2022.

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Louisville s Jamari Thrash scores a touchdown against Notre Dame game at L & N Stadium.
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Round 6, Pick 196: WR Jamari Thrash, Louisville

Louisville had a breakthrough season in 2023 and Jamari Trash played a role in it, catching 63 passes for 858 yards and six touchdowns. He spent 2022 at Georgia State and logged 61 catches for 1,122 yards and seven touchdowns.

Round 6, Pick 209: DT Tyler Davis, Clemson

Tyler Davis emerged as an impact player right away at Clemson back in 2019, logging 5.5 sacks. He matched that total in 2022. He only had .5 in 2023 but his body of work speaks for itself. He had three fumble recoveries throughout his collegiate career.

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Texas Longhorns running back Jonathon Brooks (24) runs for the first down against TCU Horned Frogs

Round 6, Pick 213: RB Jonathon Brooks, Texas

Jonathon Brooks could easily surpass sixth-round value if he returns to form after tearing his ACL last season. Prior to the injury, Brooks was arguably on his way to the Doak Walker Award, given to college football’s top running back. He had 187 carries for 1,139 yards and 10 carries despite playing in just 10 games.

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