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    2006 -

    2006
    April 29-30


    1. Tye Hill
    (15), CB, Clemson

    2. Joe Klopfenstein
    (46), TE, Colorado
    3. Claude Wroten
    (68), DT, Louisiana State

    3. Jon Alston
    (77), OLB, Stanford
    3. Dominique Byrd
    (93), TE, Sounthern California
    4. Victor Adeyanju
    (113), DE, Indiana

    5. Marques Hagans
    (144), WR Virginia

    7. Tim McGarigle
    (221), ILB, Northwestern
    7. Mark Setterstrom
    (242), G, Minnesota
    7. Tony Palmer
    (243), G, Missouri

    2005
    April 23-24


    1. Alex Barron
    (19), OT, Florida State

    2. Ronald Bartell Jr
    (50), CB, Howard

    3. Oshiomogho "O.J." Atogwe(66), S, Stanford

    3. Richie Incognito
    (81), C/G, Nebraska

    4. Jerome Carter
    (117), SS, Florida State

    4. Claude Terrell
    (134), G New Mexico

    5. Jerome Collins
    (144) TE, Notre Dame

    6. Dante Ridgeway
    (192), WR, Ball State

    6. Reggie Hodges
    (210), P, Ball State

    7. Ryan Fitzpatrick
    (250), QB, Harvard

    7. Madison Hedgecock
    (251), FB, North Carolina

    2004
    April 24-25


    1. Steven Jackson
    (26), RB, Oregon State

    3. Tony Hargrove
    (91), DE, Georgia Tech

    4. Brandon Chillar
    (130), LB, UCLA

    5. Jason Shivers
    (158), S, Arizona State

    6. Jeff Smoker
    (201), QB Michigan State

    7. Erik Jensen
    (237), TE, Iowa

    7. Larry Turner
    (238), OT, Eastern Kentucky


    2003
    April 20-21

    1. Jimmy Kennedy
    (12), DT, Penn State

    2. Pisa Tinoisamoa
    (43), LB, Hawaii
    3. Kevin Curtis
    (74), WR, Utah State

    4. Shaun McDonald
    (106), WR, Arizona State
    4. DeJuan Groce
    (107), CB, Nebraska
    5. Dan Curley
    (148), TE,
    Eastern Washington

    5. Shane Walton
    (170), CB, Notre Dame

    5. Kevin Garrett
    (172), CB, SMU
    6. Scott Tercero
    (184), G, California
    7. Scott Shanle
    (251), LB, Nebraska
    7. Richard Angulo
    (254), TE, Western Mexico

    2002
    April 20-21


    1. Robert Thomas
    (31), LB, UCLA

    2. Travis Fisher
    (64), CB, Central Florida

    3. Lamar Gordon
    (84), RB, North Dakota St.

    3. Eric Crouch
    (95), WR, Nebraska
    From Kansas City

    4. Travis Scott
    (130), G, Arizona State

    5. Courtland Bullard
    (167), LB, Ohio State

    6. Choice to Indianapolis

    6. Steve Bellisari
    (205), S, Ohio State
    From New England

    7. Chris Massey
    (243), LS/C, Marshall

    2001
    April 21-22


    1. Damione Lewis
    (12), DT, Miami, FL.
    From Kansas City

    1. Adam Archuleta
    (20), S, Arizona State

    1. Ryan Pickett
    (29), DT, Ohio State
    From Tennessee

    2. Tommy Polley
    (42), LB, Florida State
    From Kansas City

    2. Choice to Arizona

    3. Brian Allen
    (83), LB, Florida State

    4. Milton Wynn
    (116), WR, Washington St.

    4. Brandon Manumaleuna
    (129), TE, Arizona

    5. Jerametrius Butler
    (145), CB, Kansas St.
    From Washington

    5. Choice to Washington

    6.Choice to Washington

    6. Francis St. Paul
    (197), WR, Northern Arizona
    Compensatory selection

    7. Choice to Green Bay


    2000
    April 15-16


    1. Trung Canidate
    (31), RB, Arizona

    2. Jacoby Shepherd
    (62), CB, Oklahoma St.

    3. John St. Clair
    (94), C, Virginia

    4. Kaulana Noa
    (104), T, Hawaii
    From Chicago

    4. Choice to Chicago

    5. Brian Young
    (139), DE, UTEP

    5. Choice to Chicago
    through Detroit

    6. Matt Bowen
    (198), S, Iowa

    7. Andrew Kline
    (220), G, San Diego State
    From Detroit

    7. Choice to Chicago


    1999
    April 17-18


    1. Torry Holt
    (6), WR, North Carolina St.

    2. Choice to Indianapolis

    2. Dre’ Bly
    (41), CB, North Carolina
    From New Orleans

    3. Rich Coady
    (68), S, Texas A&M

    4. Joe Germaine
    (101), QB, Ohio State

    5. Choice to Indianapolis

    5. Cameron Spikes
    (145), G, Texas A&M,
    From Baltimore

    6. Lionel Barnes
    (176), DE, NE Louisiana

    7. Choice to Green Bay

    7. Rodney Williams
    (252), P, Georgia Tech,
    Compensatory selection

    1995
    April 22-23


    1. Kevin Carter
    (6), DE, Florida

    2. Zach Wiegert
    (38), T, Nebraska

    2. Jesse James
    (62), T, Mississippi State
    From San Francisco

    3. Steve McLaughlin
    (82), K, Arizona,
    From Detroit

    4. Lovell Pinkney
    (115), WR/TE, Texas
    From Detroit

    5. Mike Scurlock
    (140), DB, Arizona

    6. Choice to San Diego

    7. Gerald McBurrows
    (214), DB, Kansas

    7. Herman O’Berry
    (220), DB, Oregon
    From New Orleans

    7. Bronzell Miller
    (239), DE/LB, Utah

    7. Johnny (J.T.) Thomas
    (240), WR, Arizona State







    Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

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  • #2
    The Rams haven't drafted this high since they took Pace - a very good pick.
    Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

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    • #3
      WTF is up with this thread? And I was in such a good mood today.

      Thanks Schwa for the bitter reminders.

      We sucked.
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      ..."I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered." George Best

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      • #4
        the beginning of the end:

        2002
        April 20-21

        1. Robert Thomas
        (31), LB, UCLA

        2. Travis Fisher
        (64), CB, Central Florida

        3. Lamar Gordon
        (84), RB, North Dakota St.

        3. Eric Crouch
        (95), WR, Nebraska
        From Kansas City

        4. Travis Scott
        (130), G, Arizona State

        5. Courtland Bullard
        (167), LB, Ohio State

        6. Choice to Indianapolis

        6. Steve Bellisari
        (205), S, Ohio State
        From New England

        7. Chris Massey
        (243), LS/C, Marshall
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        • #5
          ^
          That's unfair. Choice to Indianapolis has developed into a solid NFL contributor, and Massey can long snap like a mofo.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ty Shula View Post
            the beginning of the end:
            I get sick just looking at that.

            Medic.
            Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

            Official Sport Lounge Sponsor of Rhode Island - Quincy Jones - Yadier Molina who knows no fear.
            God is stronger and the problem knows it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by hkyfan View Post
              WTF is up with this thread? And I was in such a good mood today.

              Thanks Schwa for the bitter reminders.

              We sucked.
              We should all go outside and give a Johnny Carson like golf swing to make us feel better.

              On the bright side - we now know why we suck.
              Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

              Official Sport Lounge Sponsor of Rhode Island - Quincy Jones - Yadier Molina who knows no fear.
              God is stronger and the problem knows it.

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              • #8
                2000-2002 may be the worse drafting in history, how can you miss on 5 1st rounders?

                Damione Lewis is one of the reasons I would hesitate to draft Dorsey or Gholston, but for different aspects.
                "There is an old saying that goes 'no matter how good you are, there is always someone better.' That someone is me." - Chiun

                I require the lubrication to successfully handle some of them. *sigh*- Sunuvanun

                Matrem tuam pedicavi

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                • #9
                  I always liked the name Bronzell...too bad he couldn't stick.
                  "There is an old saying that goes 'no matter how good you are, there is always someone better.' That someone is me." - Chiun

                  I require the lubrication to successfully handle some of them. *sigh*- Sunuvanun

                  Matrem tuam pedicavi

                  "I kinda dig Johnson" -Triggercut

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                  • #10
                    To be honest - I think the Rams should call Mel Kipper and say -

                    Look - pick for us - we will pay you under the table - you can't do worse than we have.
                    Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

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                    • #11
                      I'm going 06 and 05 as the suckiest back to back years.
                      Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

                      Official Sport Lounge Sponsor of Rhode Island - Quincy Jones - Yadier Molina who knows no fear.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Schwahalala View Post
                        I'm going 06 and 05 as the suckiest back to back years.
                        05 would have been a helluva lot better had they KEPT HEDGECOCK.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Box & Won View Post
                          05 would have been a helluva lot better had they KEPT HEDGECOCK.
                          But he wasn't one of Scott's boys.

                          I think Scott has been proven right - after all what did Hedgecock do last year except be part of a SuperBowl team while we won 3 games.

                          It should be clear who won out on that.
                          Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

                          Official Sport Lounge Sponsor of Rhode Island - Quincy Jones - Yadier Molina who knows no fear.
                          God is stronger and the problem knows it.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Schwahalala View Post
                            I'm going 06 and 05 as the suckiest back to back years.
                            I don't see 05 as being a bad draft

                            Barron has been mediocre, Bartell was a project that should only be showing results now[has developed], Atogwe has been solid, Incognito is a mystery, Terrel was developing, Collins was a known gamble.

                            Contrast that with 00 and 02 where they reached and failed with every pick but St Clair
                            "There is an old saying that goes 'no matter how good you are, there is always someone better.' That someone is me." - Chiun

                            I require the lubrication to successfully handle some of them. *sigh*- Sunuvanun

                            Matrem tuam pedicavi

                            "I kinda dig Johnson" -Triggercut

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                            • #15
                              Wow. It is really depressing to see them all lined up like that. Hey, where is 2007?? Ryan and Karricker may actually be OK
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