The St. Louis Rams possess two first round selections in the 2013 NFL Draft thanks to the historic trade that saw the Washington Redskins move up to grab the Rams No. 2 pick and the rights to Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Robert Griffin III of Baylor University.
Armed with two first round selections, St. Louis general manager Les Snead and head coach Jeff Fisher will be able to use those picks in any number of ways to help obtain additional elite level talent.
Nobody knows with absolute certainty what Rams positions will possess the greatest need following the coming campaign.
None of us know, for example, if a late round pick or undrafted free agent (or two) might arise to become a surprisingly great player and help vault a position that looked to be one needing further fortification to one of strong depth and good overall quality.
By the same token, none of us know for sure which NCAA prospects will play their way to a greater or lesser draft stock by next April during the college football season, at the 2013 NFL Combine, during Senior Bowl week or at a team's pro day.
All we can do is take a look at where things stand now and make projections based off of what areas look to be likely need areas for St. Louis and what players look to be heading towards bright NFL futures.
With all that said, the following is a look at several prospects that show promise and potential to make an impact at positions where additional help may still be most beneficial following the 2012 season.
For the sake of clarity and organization, I have broken the following slides down position by position.