6 College Football Studs Who Can Help Get St. Louis Rams to the Top of NFC West

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6 College Football Studs Who Can Help Get St. Louis Rams to the Top of NFC West
John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The Rams are close.

With just a few key additions they will become a complete team that will have no trouble competing with the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks for NFC West supremacy in 2013 and beyond.

The Washington Redskins' season now done, the Rams' two first-round draft picks are officially set at No. 16 and No. 22. Even though both picks come in the latter half of the first round, there should be plenty of players still available to fill the positions of need for the Rams.

Perhaps the most glaring of those needs is offensive tackle. Unfortunately, the depth of talent at that position shallowed considerably when Michigan's Taylor Lewan and Texas A&M's Jake Matthews both decided to return to school for their senior years.

If the Rams take a tackle in the first round, it may have to be a reach. Jeff Fisher and Les Snead are not likely to do that.

And in an article with "College Football Studs" in the title, I'm not likely to talk about any second-round talents whose stock has risen simply because other players decided to stay in school.

So, let's take a look at those college football players who have proved their studliness and who can help the Rams at their positions of need.

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