There are some prospects at the position whose skill-sets match up perfectly with what the Rams will need from the newest member of their secondary, and others who would not be as well-suited to the task.
The draft is as unpredictable as Barry Sanders in the open field. With the 16th pick, the Rams may take a player whom most "draft experts" had being selected in the top 10. They could also go the other way—like they did last year when they selected Appalachian State wide receiver Brian Quick with the 33rd overall pick—and try for the smartest-guy-in-the-room tactic by selecting a player projected to go lower than their pick.
Whatever tactic they choose, the Rams will do their best to find the players best suited to help their team. Following is a look at the early-round prospects who would fit perfectly with the 2013 St. Louis Rams.