Tracking LA Rams picks in 2021 NFL Draft

The 2021 NFL Draft kicks off Thursday night and the Los Angeles Rams are hoping to land a couple of key pieces that could help the team make another Super Bowl run.

The Rams are looking to build off their 10-6 regular season in 2020 with a deeper playoff run. Los Angeles's NFC squad landed former Pro Bowl quarterback Matthew Stafford from the Detroit Lions in exchange for Jared Goff.

While the team lost defensive coordinator Brandon Staley to a team down the SoFi Stadium hallway in the Los Angeles Chargers, the Rams defense still features superstar defensive tackle Aaron Donald, pass rusher Leonard Floyd and star cornerback Jalen Ramsey.

The Rams once again don't have a first-round pick in 2021. However, that didn't stop the team's front office from going big this NFL Draft. The team showed off their "Rocket Mortgage Draft House" in Malibu, where the Rams front office will make their picks.

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Below is the updated list of Los Angeles Rams picks:


  • Second round, 57th overall - Tutu Atwell, wide receiver, Louisville
  • Third round, 103rd overall - Ernest Jones, linebacker, South Carolina (from San Francisco)
  • Fourth round, 117th overall (from San Francisco) Bobby Brown III, defensive tackle, Texas A&M
  • Fourth round, 130th overall (from Jacksonville) - Robert Rochell, cornerback, Central Arkansas
  • Fourth round, 141st overall - Jacob Harris, wide receiver, Central Florida
  • Fifth round, 174th overall (from Buffalo via Houston) - Earnest Brown IV, defensive end, Northwestern
  • Seventh round, 233rd overall - Jake Funk, running back, Maryland
  • Seventh round, 249th overall (from Tennessee via Jacksonville) - Ben Skowronek, wide receiver, Notre Dame
  • Seventh round, 252nd overall - Chris Garrett, linebacker, Concordia University St. Paul



  1. Jacksonville Jaguars - Trevor Lawrence, quarterback, Clemson
  2. New York Jets - Zach Wilson, quarterback, BYU
  3. San Francisco 49ers (from Houston via Miami) - Trey Lance, quarterback, North Dakota State
  4. Atlanta Falcons - Kyle Pitts, tight end, Florida
  5. Cincinnati Bengals - Ja'Marr Chase, wide receiver, LSU
  6. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia) - Jaylen Waddle, wide receiver, Alabama
  7. Detroit Lions - Penei Sewell, offensive lineman, Oregon
  8. Carolina Panthers - Jaycee Horn, cornerback, South Carolina
  9. Denver Broncos - Patrick Surtain II, cornerback, Alabama
  10. Philadelphia Eagles - Devonta Smith, wide receiver, Alabama (from Dallas Cowboys)
  11. Chicago Bears - Justin Fields, quarterback, Ohio State (from New York Giants)
  12. Dallas Cowboys (from Philadelphia Eagles via San Francisco and Miami) - Micah Parsons, linebacker, Penn State
  13. Los Angeles Chargers - Rashawn Slater, offensive lineman, Northwestern
  14. New York Jets - Alijah Vera-Tucker, offensive lineman, USC (from Minnesota)
  15. New England Patriots - Mac Jones, quarterback, Alabama