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WR Marqise Lee, USC
Marqise Lee was frequently projected as a first-round pick and is easily the top receiver still on the board.
The Rams need more playmakers on offense, so Lee would be an incredible Day 2 steal and is a better Round 2 pick than anyone could have imagined.
Lee is terrific when it comes to short and intermediate routes, making him a solid fit for St. Louis' offense.
DE Kony Ealy, Missouri
The Rams do not have an immediate need at defensive end with Robert Quinn and Chris Long on the roster, but Jeff Fisher can't help himself when it comes to alluring defensive line prospects.
Kony Ealy is a hometown favorite and would be a welcomed addition. He was frequently mocked as a lock in the first round, so his availability in Round 2 is a pleasant surprise.
Ealy gives the Rams yet another dangerous pass-rusher off the edge.
WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
Jordan Matthews was a dominate receiver in the SEC last season. He recorded 1,477 yards and seven scores in his final season with Vanderbilt.
Matthews was one of the few productive players on his team and managed to produce consistently against high-end competition, which makes him an attractive target.
At 6'3" and 212 pounds, Matthews has the size and physicality St. Louis needs on the outside.
S Terrance Brooks, Florida State
The Rams missed out on the top safeties in Round 1, but the position can still be solidified with a solid Day 2 pickup.
St. Louis' No. 44 pick is likely too high for Florida State's Terrance Brooks, but Brooks can likely be had if the Rams trade back into the bottom of Round 2.
Brooks is the coverage safety St. Louis needs. If the Rams team him up with McDonald up top, the Rams will suddenly have a solid pair of safeties.
CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska
A starting-caliber cornerback is hard to find outside of Round 1. There's certainly no Janoris Jenkins in this draft class, but Nebraska's Stanley Jean-Baptiste is a nice consolation.
Jean-Baptiste is a monster corner, standing in at 6'3" and 218 pounds. He's a bit stiff in coverage, but his physicality belongs in the NFC West.
S Dion Bailey, USC
If the Rams fail to draft a safety in the second round, the team will be pressured into drafting one in the third round. If that's the case, Dion Bailey is a fine option.
Bailey is a reliable tackler and can make big plays, but his coverage is not up to par. This is not exactly ideal, as the Rams already have their hard-hitting safety in McDonald, so the team needs more of a finesse coverage safety.
RB Tre Mason, Auburn
Zac Stacy is cemented as St. Louis' starting running back, but the Rams have few other options on the depth chart other than Benny Cunningham, who has problems with ball security.
At 5'8" and 207 pounds, Auburn's Tre Mason is basically a clone of Stacy. He runs with enormous power for a man his size and has just enough moves to make a tackler miss.
Mason would be a nice addition and is capable of carrying the load if Stacy goes down.
CB Marcus Roberson, Florida
Florida's 6'0", 191-pound Roberson has decent size for a corner, and he is physical enough to disrupt receivers and secure open-field tackles. But he's certainly not known as a vicious hitter.
If Roberson is drafted, he'll be offer little more than depth. However, he has the talent to eventually develop into an adequate contributor in the defensive backfield.