Rams Sign 2019 Draft Class

     

The Los Angeles Rams announced Friday that they have signed their entire 2019 draft class to four-year deals.

Pick Round Player Pos. College Note
61. 2. Taylor Rapp S Washington Signed
70. 3. Darrell Henderson RB Memphis Signed
79. 3. David Long CB Michigan Signed
97. 3. Bobby Evans OT Oklahoma Signed
134. 4. Greg Gaines DT Washington Signed
169. 5. David Edwards OT Wisconsin Signed
243. 7. Nick Scott S Penn State Signed
251. 7. Dakota Allen ILB Texas Tech Signed

Rapp, 22, was the No. 61 overall pick in the second round by the Rams out of Washinton. He’s projected to receive a four-year, $4,673,394 rookie contract including a $1,419,048 signing bonus.  

During his college career at Washington, Rapp recorded 168 total tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss, six sacks, seven interceptions, six pass defenses, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles, and scored one defensive touchdown.

Henderson, 21, was the No. 70 overall pick in the third round by the Rams out of Memphis in the 2019 NFL Draft. Los Angeles traded up with the Buccaneers to select him and exchanged the No. 94 and No. 99 overall picks for him. 

He’s projected to earn a four-year, $3,610,656 rookie contract including a $1,090,656 signing bonus. 

Lance Zierlein compares him to Tevin Coleman.

During his college career at Memphis, Henderson rushed for 3,545 yards on 431 carries (8.2 YPC) to go along with 63 receptions for 758 yards receiving and 44 total touchdowns over the course of three seasons and 38 games.

Long, 21, was the No. 79 overall pick in the third round by the Rams out of Michigan in the 2019 NFL Draft. He’s projected to earn a four-year, $3,493,060 rookie contract including a $973,060 signing bonus. 

Lance Zierlein compares him to Patriots CB J.C. Jackson.

During his two-year college career at Michigan, Long recorded 37 total tackles, two tackles for loss, 0.5 sack, three interceptions, and 12 pass defenses. 

Evans, 22, was the No. 97 overall pick in the third round by the Rams out of Oklahoma in the 2019 NFL Draft. Los Angeles traded up with the Patriots to select him and exchanged the No. 101 and No. 133 overall picks, while also acquiring No. 162 overall. 

He’s projected to earn a four-year, $3,342,172 rookie contract including an $822,172 signing bonus. 

Lance Zierlein compares him to Panthers OT Daryl Williams. 

During his four-year college career, Evans was a second-team All-Big 12 selection last season and was also an honorable mention for All-Big 12 in 2016 and 2017. 

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