The Rams announced their undrafted free agent class Saturday night, and it’s a big one.
- DL Eric Banks (UT San Antonio)
- OL Cohl Cabral (Arizona State)
- WR Earnest Edwards (Maine)
- RB James Gilbert (Kansas State)
- DL Mike Hoecht (Brown)
- DB JuJu Hughes (Fresno State)
- WR Trishton Jackson (Syracuse)
- RB Xavier Jones (SMU)
- WR JJ Koski (Cal Poly)
- CB Dayan Lake (BYU)
- QB Josh Love (San Jose State)
- CB Tyrique McGhee (Georgia)
- QB Bryce Perkins (Virginia)
- WR Brandon Polk (James Madison)
- LB Greg Reaves (South Florida)
- DL Sam Renner (Minnesota)
- LB Christian Rozeboom (South Dakota)
- CB Levonta Taylor (Florida State)
- DL Jonah Williams (Weber State)
- WR Easop Winston (Washington State)
The biggest name on the list is Perkins the former Virginia quarterback, and we wrote about his signing in more detail here. The Rams previously only had John Wolford on the roster behind Jared Goff, so it makes sense they signed Perkins as well as Love the former San Jose State passer.
Los Angeles signed five receivers, with three of them coming from the FCS level. After previously having a career-high of 143 yards Jackson exploded out of nowhere to put up 1,023 yards and 11 touchdowns with Syracuse last year. NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein had him pegged as a fifth-rounder and most analysts had him getting drafted, so this could be a nice pickup for Sean McVay.