At this time, we're still clueless as to what the St. Louis Rams will do on draft day, but we certainly know which players are on their radar.
The debate over who to take at No. 2 overall has been heated and grows in intensity with each passing week.
The Rams can get help up front (Greg Robinson, Jake Matthews), add a defensive playmaker to an already stout defensive unit (Jadeveon Clowney, Khalil Mack), or complement the offense with a true No. 1 receiver (Sammy Watkins).
Whatever path the Rams take, they must be sure they're making the correct decision. If the Rams blow this draft, they'll fall well behind their hard-nosed NFC West rivals.
This article will look at the top candidates for St. Louis' No. 2 overall pick and assign odds for each player. The odds will be determined by the player's overall ranking, the value of the pick and St. Louis' overall roster needs. The last slide predicts odds for the Rams' second Round 1 pick at No. 13.
Note: If you add up the odds in this article, you'll notice that it does not quite fit mathematically. That's because there's a great chance the Rams will trade out of the No. 2 pick; my personal belief is that there's an approximate 50-percent chance that the Rams trade down, so keep that in consideration when viewing these odds.