Bobby Massie should be the 39th overall pick for the Rams.
The Rams offensive line is a real problem. The last thing the organization needs is Sam Bradford to develop David Carr syndrome.
There are good pieces in the Rams O-line. Jason Smith, though not worth the second-overall pick he was selected with, would be a fine left guard. With a Smith shift that would fix the interior of the Rams line with Smith, newly signed Scott Wells would work at center and Harvey Dahl at right guard.
Also Roger Saffold is a starting tackle in the NFL, but the Rams must decide whether that be on the right or left side. I see an average left tackle and possibly a very good right tackle in Saffold.
Their are two scenarios with the need.
1) Someone falls in love with Ryan Tannehill and trades with the Minnesota Vikings to select him. Thus leading USC's Matt Khalil to drop to the Rams at number six overall.
2) The Rams spend either their 33rd or 39th overall pick (which they received from the Redskins) on an OT.
It seems like the second scenario is most plausible and that likely only leaves two OT prospects worthy of picks near the top of the second round. Mike Adams, the boom or bust tackle from Ohio State, and Bobby Massie, from Ole Miss.
As I have said in the introduction, the Rams need game changers, but they also need to get as much return as possible from every pick.
Mike Adams is the guy if the Rams front office thinks his four-game suspension and his low bench press totals are all coincidences, but there is just too much risk with a player like Adams.
The Rams should select Bobby Massie with the 39th overall pick in the 2012 draft. He is a little raw, but he has the size, speed and athleticism to become a quality starter at either tackle position.