1. OG Chance Warmack, Alabama
Chance Warmack was a rock at Alabama and would be an extremely safe pick for St. Louis at No. 16 overall.
It would be wise for the Rams to take a relatively safe player at No. 16 and use the No. 22 on a "boom or bust" prospect.
2. DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri
It's frightening that there's a chance that Sheldon Richardson could fall to No. 16, even if it's a slim chance.
After leading the NFL in sacks as a team last season, it would be almost unfair for opposing quarterbacks if the Rams secured Richardson.
3. DT Star Lotulelei, Utah
The Rams are hardly desperate for more defensive linemen and should focus their picks elsewhere, but it would be extremely difficult to ignore Star Lotulelei if he fell out of the top 10.
4. OG Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
Like Warmack, Jonathan Cooper is another extremely safe pick at a position of need. He can lock down the left guard position for the next decade.
5. WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia
Tavon Austin may be small, but he's dynamite on the football field. Expect outrage from the St. Louis fanbase if Austin is not a member of the Rams by the end of Day One.
6. S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas
Kenny Vaccaro is not a popular choice amongst fans. With so many talented safeties in the class, there's no reason to waste a first-round pick on Vaccaro.
If the Rams do decide on Vaccaro, though, they'll be getting an enforcer in the secondary to replace Quintin Mikell.
7. OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia
There are questions surrounding the long-term health of Jarvis Jones, but the guy is an elite defensive talent and Fisher knows it.
8. WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
With no clear-cut receiver leading the pack in a Calvin Johnson or A.J. Green fashion, the Rams may opt for DeAndre Hopkins, who could very well be the most well-rounded receiver in this particular class.
9. WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
Hopkins may be the safer pick, but no receiver from this class has the upside of Cordarrelle Patterson. If the Rams take a safe player at No. 16, they may be willing to gamble on Patterson at No. 22.
10. LB Alec Ogletree, Georgia
Alec Ogletree could be the final piece to the St. Louis front seven, but does his immaturity outweigh his talent?