Los Angeles Rams Draft: Top 4 Offensive Tackle Targets Beyond Round 1

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The Los Angeles Rams top needs in the upcoming draft will likely be on the defensive side of the ball, but they will also be looking to add depth at offensive tackle. Outside of Joseph Noteboom, the Rams don’t have a battle-tested tackle on the roster if Rob Havenstein or Alaric Jackson miss time.

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Top Offensive Tackle Prospects For the Los Angeles Rams

Round 2: Pick 54

Kiran Amegadjie, Yale: Amegadjie boasts a combination of athletic prowess and remarkable length. While he still needs to refine his hand technique and develop more consistent footwork and body control in engaging blocks, these are areas that can improve under offensive line coach Ryan Wendell.

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With intense explosiveness as a pass blocker in his arsenal, it is easy to see him evolve into a reliable NFL starter with further development under the right guidance.

Missed much of 2023 with an injury, but in his last full season allowed just five pressures and zero sacks.

Round 2: Pick 54

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Blake Fisher, Notre Dame: An uber-athletic tackle with room to grow, but coming out of South Bend all but guarantees a good baseline of talent at the position. As an AFC personnel executive put it “Fisher is the more naturally talented of the Notre Dame tackles, but (Joe) Alt is much more consistent and technically sound.”

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Round 3: Pick 99

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Jordan Morgan, Arizona: Morgan is most suited as a backup right tackle but has the versatility to play at left tackle and potentially transition into guard. If he can improve his hand technique and ability against countermoves he could be a starting-level option for the Rams.

Round 5: Pick 154

Roger Rosengarten, Washington:  Rosengarten has the size and feet to be a solid pass protector. He is viewed as a potential NFL swing tackle. To secure a starting role in the NFL, he needs to enhance his play strength.

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