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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Grading the St. Louis Rams first four selections in NFL Draft: Cruddy Show Episode #70

There is just one day remaining in the NFL Draft and after being schedule to make four picks in the first three rounds, and while they did not pick in their originally scheduled spot, the St. Louis Rams have brought four new players into the mix to help out Sam Bradford compete in the ultra-tough NFC West division.

The Rams made a lot of noise, particularly in the first round. General manager Les Snead traded up to grab wide receiver Tavon Austin at No. 8 overall and moved back to No. 30 to take Alec Ogletree. They also selected T.J. McDonald, a safety out of USC at No. 71 overall in the third round and brought in Austin's teammate West Virginia Stedman Bailey at No. 92 overall in the third round to round out their picks.

So, how have the Rams done? What grade do the Rams deserve for their picks thus far?

The guys from The Cruddy Show discussed just that late on Friday night after the third round. Host Corey Rudd (@CoreyRudd) along with co-hosts Anthony Wiber (@AWibes), Brad Bumpus (@bbump18) and Mike Levin (@mlev21) handed out their grades for the first four selections made by the St. Louis Rams in the 2013 NFL Draft and discussed each picks implications on the roster.

Listen to the entire replay here or simply click on the player below.

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