Round 1 (12th Overall): Damione Lewis, DT, Miami (FL)
1 (20): Adam Archuleta, SS, Arizona State
1 (29): Ryan Pickett, DT, Ohio State
2 (42): Tommy Polley, OLB, Florida State
3 (83): Brian Allen, OLB, Florida State
4 (116): Milton Wynn, WR, Washington State
4 (129): Brandon Manumaleuna, FB, Arizona
5 (145): Jerametrius Butler, CB, Kansas State
6 (197): Francis St. Paul, WR, Northern Arizona
Lewis was an average DT while with the Rams. Plagued by injuries, he struggled to stay on the field on a consistent basis and, after five seasons in horns, racked up a measly 10.5 sacks.
Archuleta became a fan favorite in his five years with the Rams, showing incredible ball-hawking skills and proving to be a solid tackler. After his contract ran up he bolted for the Redskins (why do all of our star safeties do that to us?!?) for the largest contract in league history for a safety.
Pickett was the healthy version of Damione Lewis. He didn't do anything spectacular, but he was an adequate force on the inside and even led all defensive linemen in tackles in the 2005 season. After his contract was up, he left and went to Green Bay where he recently won a Super Bowl ring.
Polley was an above-average linebacker all throughout his career, eventually being forced to retire all too soon with a shoulder injury.
Allen, Wynn and St. Paul never really caught on anywhere and all three are out of football.
Although Manumaleuna never really put up huge receiving stats as a tight end, he grew into a solid blocker during his time with the Rams. After five seasons with the Rams, he was traded to the Chargers for a fourth-round pick.
Butler gave the Rams a few years of average cornerback play and was ultimately released after a season-ending injury in 2007.
Looking back on it, this was actually a fairly solid draft for the Rams. No one selected was a star by any means, but most of them turned into significant role players.