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NFL Team: St. Louis Rams
119(19)Alex BarronOTFlorida State
 Finding a replacement for ROT Kyle Turley was a huge priority for the Rams, and Barron is clearly the most naturally gifted offensive lineman in this draft. He might have gone higher if not for his inconsistent effort and poor technique. Nevertheless, he has the size, strength and feet to develop into a starting right or left tackle in the NFL.
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218(50)Ronald BartellDBHoward
 Bartell Jr. is a developmental prospect who really struggled in the Senior Bowl. But he has awesome potential because of his rare blend of height, bulk and speed.
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32(66)Oshiomogho AtogweDBStanford
317(81)Richie IncognitoOGNebraska
416(117)Jerome CarterDBFlorida State
433(134)Claude TerrellOGNew Mexico
58(144)Jerome CollinsTENotre Dame
 Tampa Bay traded the 144th (5th) to St. Louis for the 155th (5th) and 231st (7th) selections.
618(192)Dante RidgewayWRBall State
636(210)Reggie HodgesPTBall State
736(250)Ryan FitzpatrickQBHarvard
737(251)Madison HedgecockRBNorth Carolina

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