Rams Agree To Terms With 20 Undrafted Free Agents Including Quarterback Josh Love & Cornerback Levonta Taylor
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Shortly after the conclusion of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Rams announced that they agreed to terms with the following undrafted free agents: defensive lineman Eric Banks (UT San Antonio), offensive lineman Cohl Cabral (Arizona State), wide receiver Earnest Edwards (Maine), running back James Gilbert (Kansas State), defensive lineman Mike Hoecht (Brown), defensive back JuJu Hughes (Fresno State), wide receiver Trishton Jackson (Syracuse), running back Xavier Jones (SMU), wide receiver JJ Koski (Cal Poly), cornerback Dayan Lake (BYU), quarterback Josh Love (San Jose State), cornerback Tyrique McGhee (Georgia), quarterback Bryce Perkins (Virginia), wide receiver Brandon Polk (James Madison), linebacker Greg Reaves (South Florida), defensive lineman Sam Renner (Minnesota), linebacker Christian Rozeboom (South Dakota State), cornerback Levonta Taylor (Florida State), defensive lineman Jonah Williams (Weber State) and wide receiver Easop Winston (Washington State).

In the past, the Rams have had a handful of undrafted players contribute for them right away, with the most notable of the bunch being linebacker Cory Littleton. So it will be interesting to see who from this group emerges, although the Rams don’t have many roster spots up for grabs.

Perhaps the most notable of the bunch is Love, who is from Mission Viejo and was the 2019 Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year despite being in the same conference as first-round draft pick Jordan Love. The Rams are currently without a backup quarterback, so Love will compete for that position with Perkins and John Wolford.

Taylor is also a notable player as he played four years at Florida State, recording 90 total tackles and four interceptions. He will get to learn under an All-Pro corner in Jalen Ramsey, who also attended Florida State.

One disadvantage for all of the Rams’ rookies is that there likely won’t be much of an offseason program due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. That means that not only will they have limited time to learn the playbook, but they also will have limited time to impress the Rams’ coaching staff and front office in hopes of making the team.