NFL Draft: Rams trade Tavon Austin, add linebackers and offensive linemen

Apr 29, 2018, 13:39
NFL Draft: Rams trade Tavon Austin, add linebackers and offensive linemen

Sebastian Joseph, a 2012 graduate of Stroudsburg High School, was selected by the Los Angeles Rams as the 195th overall pick in the sixth round of the National Football League draft on Saturday.

His 6-foot-4, 258 pound frame makes him a nice fit on the edge and if he remains healthy, Young should provide some needed depth to the Rams' linebacker core.

Brown started all thirteen games for the Cavaliers last season.

Joseph was part of two consecutive Mountain Valley Conference championships with Stroudsburg before his time at Rutgers.

"I'm pumped. This is a blessing". The Rams acquired that pick from Carolina when they sent the No. 136 overall pick to Carolina for No. 147 (which they used on Kiser) and sixth-round pick No. 197.

Other NFL prospects such as receiver Jeff Badet (who ran a 4.27 40 at OU's pro day) cornerback Jordan Thomas (who was once labeled with first-round potential) and safety Steven Parker (a Tulsa native) also went undrafted. Noteboom played left tackle in his final two seasons at TCU and was an honorable mention All-Big-12 selection last season.

Kiser was the 2017 Campbell Trophy victor (academic Heisman) which is presented by the National Football Foundation.

"I'm for everybody that wants to go out and be drafted, and I'm pulling for all those kids", Fulmer said. I've done a lot.

Given the Rams' situation at linebacker, Kiser could play early, and also figures to be a special-teams contributor. Kiser will compete to replace Alec Ogletree, who was dealt to the Giants in March. He's the flawless prospect for Phillips, who covets pass rushers on the edge - even if they're a bit undersized. Obo posted 76 tackles, a team-high 17.5 for loss and eight sacks, as well as two pass break-ups and three forced fumbles.

Tennessee running back John Kelly was the only skill player the Rams took, selected in the sixth.

Demby was a 2013 first-team Press All-Star his senior season under Vineland coach Dan Russo.

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