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Full list of Los Angeles Rams 2020 NFL draft capital, needs, dream pick

The Los Angeles Rams enter the 2020 NFL draft with six total picks. We break down their needs and a potential dream pick in the first round.

Jared Goff #16 watches as Todd Gurley #30 of the Los Angeles Rams runs the ball against the Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on December 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images

The Los Angeles Rams put the future off to win now and they came up short against the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Now that team is falling apart. They had to release Todd Gurley and Clay Matthews and have lost Dante Fowler, Cory Littleton, Nickell Robey-Coleman, Mike Brockers to free agency.

They were able to bring in OLB Leonard Floyd and DL A’Shawn Robinson to help a little, but overall, this hasn’t been a positive offseason for the Rams.

2020 Draft Picks

Round 2, No. 52 overall: Cam Akers, RB, Florida State
Round 2, No. 57: Van Jefferson, WR, Florida
Round 3, No. 84: Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama
Round 3, No. 104: Terrell Burgess, S, Utah
Round 4, No. 136: Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue
Round 6, No. 199: Jordan Fuller, S, Ohio State
Round 7, No. 234: Clay Johnston, ILB, Baylor
Round 7, No. 248: Sam Sloman, K, Miami (OH)
Round 7, No. 250: Tremayne Anchrum, OG, Clemson

Team needs


Offensive line is a need, especially with Jared Goff’s trouble last season when under pressure. The line was a strength in 2018 but regressed in 2019. They did re-sign Andrew Whitworth, but he is 39-years old and those around him haven’t progressed as well as the team hoped. They’re still a good unit, but this offense needs them to be great.


Losing Littleton hurts and grabbing his replacement in the draft would be great, but with little draft capital, they may have to rely on projects.

The team is still strong in the defensive line with Aaron Donals, but losing Fowler will hurt the pass rush. Finding another edge player who can get to the quarterback would be ideal, but again, starting with the 52nd pick overall, with just six overall picks, isn’t a great place to be.

Dream first pick

With the 52nd pick overall it’s tough to dream too big, but offensive line would be the goal. Isaiah Wilson out of Georgia might be asking for too much, but if we’re dreaming, he’s a player who has more than enough talent but needs to be coached up and could end up being a steal if he were to fall this far.