The Rams obtained the most explosive offensive player in the draft by selecting former Dunbar star Tavon Austin. Just ask the Oklahoma Sooners. The speedy West Virginia wide receiver piled up 572 yards of total offense against them last season. Now he's NFC West defensive coordinators' problem. Austin should provide a lot of excitement and touchdowns for the Rams working in tandem with quarterback Sam Bradford. The Rams didn't make it a secret how much they liked Austin, bringing him into St. Louis for a visit and going to Morgantown for a late private workout attended by coach Jeff Fisher and Bradford. Although he has a history of off-field problems, the talent is there for Georgia inside linebacker Alec Ogletree. If he stays out of trouble, this could be a great pick.
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