Now that the month of April has arrived, the St. Louis Rams are finalizing their draft-day strategy and exploring every scenario.
The NFL combine is long gone and the college pro days are nearing an end, so the St. Louis war room occupants surely have a vivid game plan in mind by now.
The 2013 pre-draft buzz has been relatively mild thanks to a deficiency of elite talent in top 10, but luckily, the Rams are in a solid position with the No. 16 and No. 22 overall picks—they won't be forced to settle on a player unworthy of the selection.
Throw in the No. 46 overall pick in the second round, and the Rams have more than enough ammunition to significantly upgrade their opening-day roster.
With no incredible athletes worth trading up for, expect the Rams to sit tight and select the best player available for all seven rounds.
But even if the Rams utilize a simple and stress-free strategy, there are still multiple questions that won't be answered until draft day.
Read on for questions that will surely be on St. Louis' mind when its on the clock.