Seventh-round selection: Marquis Johnson, DB, Alabama
Marquis Johnson actually had a longer stint than most players in this draft as he played two seasons with the Rams. However, in those two seasons, he only played in five games and registered a combined seven tackles.
- Grade: F
- Could have drafted: J’Marcus Webb
Seventh-round selection: George Selvie, DE, South Florida
George Selvie actually put together some decent years in his career, but of course, it did not come with the Rams and came much later with the Dallas Cowboys. Selvie only played one season with the Rams as a sub and recorded 1.5 sacks and 21 tackles.
- Grade: D
- Could have drafted: Kurt Coleman
Seventh-round selection: Josh Hull, LB, Penn State
Josh Hull was the second-to-last pick in the 2010 NFL Draft and gave the Rams as much as the second-to-last pick should give. He actually stayed on the team for three seasons as a depth piece, although he never made a tangible impact on the team.
It is hard to give this a grade, as it is such a low selection, but just the fact that he was on the roster for more than two years is a win compared to his peers.
- Grade: C-
- Could have drafted: N/A
Overall draft grade: F
There is a reason why the Los Angeles Rams were among the bottom of the league for quite some time and draft performances like this show why. I give the team a pass on Sam Bradford as they had to take the best QB available and it just sucks that it came in a bad year, but the rest of the draft after the second round was woeful.
It is unfair to expect a team to hit a home run with every pick and find a difference-maker in every round. However, when almost every single selection was off the team after two seasons then there is a noticeable issue in the drafting process.