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Los Angeles Rams Drafted Defensive Linemen

The Los Angeles Rams have selected 75 Defensive Linemen in their team history (49 drafts). The Rams have drafted 8 Defensive Linemen in the first round. The highest drafted DL was Lou Michaels drafted in round 1 in 1958 out of Kentucky. Some of the top drafted Rams Defensive Linemen were Bob Carey drafted in round 1 in 1952 out of Michigan State, Lamar Lundy drafted in round 4 in 1957 out of Purdue, Bill Smyth drafted in round 5 in 1947 out of Penn State, Ed Champagne drafted in round 16 in 1947 out of Louisiana State and Andy Robustelli drafted in round 19 in 1951 out of Arnold. View all of the Los Angeles Rams drafted Defensive Linemen throughout their history.
Los Angeles Rams Drafted Defensive Linemen
Year Round Selection Player College
1994 2 56   Brad Ottis   Wayne State (Neb.)
1993 8 209   Maa Tanuvasa   Hawaii
1992 1 3   Sean Gilbert   Pittsburgh
1992 3 57   Marc Boutte   Louisiana State
1991 5 116   Robert Young   Mississippi State
1991 9 228   Jeff Fields   Arkansas State
1990 11 301   Bill Goldberg   Georgia
1989 1 21   Bill Hawkins   Miami (Fla.)
1989 2 48   Brian Smith   Auburn
1988 3 82   Mike Piel   Illinois
1987 2 47   Donald Evans   Winston-Salem State
1987 5 136   Scott Mersereau   Southern Connecticut State
1987 12 332   Fred Stokes   Georgia Southern
1985 5 113   Kevin Greene   Auburn
1984 5 133   Hal Stephens   East Carolina
1983 4 111   Doug Reed   San Diego State
1982 5 118   Doug Barnett   Azusa Pacific
1981 3 63   Greg Meisner   Pittsburgh
1981 3 66   Bob Cobb   Arizona
1981 7 190   Mike Clark   Florida
1980 3 82   Phil Murphy   South Carolina State
1979 4 108   Jerry Wilkinson   Oregon State
1978 2 46   Stan Johnson   Tennessee State
1978 7 189   Reggie Doss   Hampton
1975 1 9   Mike Fanning   Notre Dame
1975 2 48   Leroy Jones   Norfolk State
1975 5 112   Wayne Hammond   Montana State
1973 5 129   Cody Jones   San Jose State
1972 14 355   Larry Brooks   Virginia State
1971 1 20   Jack Youngblood   Florida
1970 7 168   Bill Nelson   Oregon State
1969 4 99   John Zook   Kansas
1966 5   Diron Talbert   Texas
1966 5   Dick Arndt   Idaho
1966 6   Bruce Anderson   Willamette
1964 10   Gary Larsen   Concordia (Ill.)
1962 1   Merlin Olsen   Utah State
1962 3   John Meyers   Washington
1962 9   Ike Lassiter   St. Augustine's
1962 14   Gary Henson   Colorado
1961 14   Deacon Jones   Mississippi Valley State
1960 5   Chuck Janerette   Penn State
1960 12   Doug Brown   Fresno State
1959 4   Bob Reifsnyder   Navy
1958 1   Lou Michaels   Kentucky
1957 3   George Strugar   Washington
1957 3   Billy Ray Smith   Arkansas
1957 4   Lamar Lundy   Purdue
1957 6   Roy Wilkins   Georgia
1957 22   Dalva Allen   Houston
1956 22   Sam Williams   Michigan State
1956 25   John Morrow   Michigan
1955 4   Tom Feamster   Florida State
1955 17   Gene Mitcham   Arizona State
1954 6   Ken Panfil   Purdue
1953 1   Ed Barker   Washington State
1953 5   Tom Scott   Virginia
1953 8   Bob Morgan   Maryland
1952 1   Bob Carey   Michigan State
1952 3   Dewey McConnell   Wyoming
1952 25   Len Teeuws   Tulane
1952 29   Gerry Perry   California
1951 3   Charlie Toogood   Nebraska
1951 19   Andy Robustelli   Arnold
1951 26   Howie Ruetz   Loras
1950 9   Les Cowan   McMurry
1950 18   Bobby Collier   Southern Methodist
1949 3   Jim Winkler   Texas A&M
1949 22   Clay Matthews   Georgia Tech
1948 15   Larry Brink   Northern Illinois
1948 16   Bill O'Connor   Notre Dame
1947 5   Bill Smyth   Penn State
1947 10   Dante Lavelli   Ohio State
1947 12   John Kissell   Boston College
1947 16   Ed Champagne   Louisiana State
 
 
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