Logan Bruss Calls It A ‘Dream Come True’ To Be Drafted By Rams
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The Los Angeles Rams may not have had many picks in the 2022 NFL Draft, but they did well to build depth across multiple positions.

The Rams were able to draft several defensive backs and offensive linemen, but their most important pick was perhaps their first one as they took guard Logan Bruss with the No. 104 pick. Los Angeles has a vacancy at right guard after Austin Corbett left in free agency, and it sounds like head coach Sean McVay is expecting Bruss to come in and immediately compete for that spot.

Bruss is already fairly familiar with Los Angeles as he was in town training for the NFL Combine and admitted that it was his preferred landing spot, via Stu Jackson of TheRams.com:

“I was training in L.A. for the combine, and I know a couple guys on the Rams’ o-line (David Edwards and Rob Havenstein), and it was good to be around that during that time, during the playoffs and the Super Bowl. It was a lot of fun,” Bruss said. “I loved the area, and honestly this is the place I was kind of dreaming of coming to play. It’s a dream come true. I’m excited to see some familiar faces there.”

Bruss is already familiar with fellow Wisconsin alumni Rob Havenstein and David Edwards and he is excited at the prospect of playing alongside them:

“I had some conversations with Dave Edwards and Rob, and it was something they said might happen, and for it to happen is obviously crazy, and I’m really excited about it,” Bruss said.

It will be interesting to see how the offensive line looks after losing key pieces in Andrew Whitworth and Corbett. But knowing the Rams and their staff, they should be just fine and Bruss seems poised to contribute right away as a rookie.