Any mock draft—especially the St. Louis Rams' with their two first-round picks this year—will need a little updating after the meat market that is the Senior Bowl.
For the uninitiated: The Senior Bowl is an annual All-Star game that pits the top college football seniors (get it?) in the nation against each other so they can prove their mettle to the hordes of NFL scouts, front office executives and coaches in attendance.
The week of practice leading up to the game is considered to be of more value to talent evaluators than the game itself as the players from both the North and South teams are led by NFL coaches and their staffs. This provides an opportunity for the prospects to prove what they can do in an NFL-style practice against some of the top competition in their draft class.
The five days of practice brought to the fore many names that had been off most people's radars, some of them at positions of need for the Rams.
Let's take a look and see who impressed enough to work their way into the Rams' awareness.