In past years I've done mock drafts fairly regularly, but due to family problems I haven't done one for a few months this year. Since FA has started and some things are starting to fall in to place now seems like a good time to do one. I enjoyed seeing the haul that the Rams were able to get from the Redskins, but now they are going to be competing against Peyton Manning. With that in mind I am doing this mock under the impression that DeCastro will be gone by our pick and the Rams will be looking to improve their team quickly. For fun I say that the Rams trade picks #33 and #39 for #14. 2(33) Kendall Reyes DL UConn 6'4" 299 Reyes has the strength to anchor against the run, and the quickness to add a pass rushing threat to our DL. Fletcher Cox is the big name right now, but Reyes matched or bested Cox in virtually all categories at the combine and is a much better value here. 2(39) Amini Silatolu OL Midwestern St 6'4" 311lbs Small-school LT with big time athletic ability. With our lack of depth at OT and OG, his versatility is a big plus. Despite the lack of competition he has shown that he is on the same level as Cordy Glenn and Osemele with room to grow. 2(45) Alfonzo Dennard DB Nebraska 5'10" 204lbs I know everyone is looking for a speedster at CB, but IMO Rob Ryan is looking for more physical play out of his DBs. Dennard isn't an elite athlete but he is a physical DB and has the attitude that our D has been lacking. His style of play reminds me of new Cowboy Brandon Carr. 3(82) Josh Chapman DL Alabama 6'1" 316lbs An unheralded part of Alabama's defense. Massively strong, he is an unmovable force in the middle of the line with underrated ability to create pressure. Played out the end of the season with a torn ACL, his heart and determination would be a big boost to our DL. 4(113) Ladarius Green TE Louisiana-Lafayette 6'6" 238lbs A real threat in the passing game behind Witten that we've been missing. He gives good effort as a blocker, though he still needs work in that area. I see him as a more raw version of Fleener. 5(144) Terrance Gannaway RB Baylor 6' 239lbs The perfect compliment to Murray and Jones. Gannaway has surprising speed, but his power in short-yardage situations, pass catching ability, and pass blocking are the main reasons for this pick. Due to recent comments by Adam I am putting our comp. pick here at the end of the 5th instead of the 6th round like I've done in the past. 5 (comp) Jonathan Massaquoi DE/OLB Troy 6'2" 264lbs Comes from Ware's alma mater and even wore his number while he was there. Played out of position as a down lineman in a 3-man front but was still able wreak havoc. His technique is raw, but he is an explosive player who may flourish especially playing with Ware. 6(176) Duke Ihenacho S SJSU 6' 213lbs Moved back and forth between S and LB in his career. He was consistenly known as a playmaker throughout his college career causing 13 turnovers. Ran a 4.5 40 at his pro day and had a 39.5" vertical. Started playing football late and still has plenty of room to grow. 7(206) Eric Page WR Toledo 5'9" 186 First team All-American kick returner in 2010, and in 2011 he was first-team all-conference as a receiver, kick returner, and punt returner...what more could you want. Its been awhile since I've paid alot of attention to these so maybe I'm a little rusty, but does anyone have any thoughts/feedback?