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The Los Angeles Rams expanded their rookie roster after last weekend’s NFL Draft by signing 16 undrafted free agents, in addition to the six rookies they selected during the final day of the draft. The new signings span various positions and come from a diverse range of college programs, reflecting the Rams’ aim to build depth and find hidden talent among those who weren’t selected in the draft.

Here’s the list of the 16 new undrafted free agents the Rams signed:

– **Justin Dedich, OL (USC)**
– **Anthony Goodlow, DE (Oklahoma State)**
– **Neal Johnson, TE (Louisiana)**
– **JJ Laap, WR (Cortland)**
– **Cam Lampkin, DB (Washington State)**
– **Blake Larson, OL (Augustana)**
– **Tuli Letuligasenoa, DL (Washington)**
– **Kenny Logan Jr., DB (Kansas)**
– **Jaylen McCollough, DB (Tennessee)**
– **Elias Neal, LB (Marshall)**
– **David Olajiga, DL (Central Missouri)**
– **Omar Speights, LB (LSU)**
– **Drake Stoops, WR (Oklahoma)**
– **Josh Wallace, DB (Michigan)**
– **Sam Wiglusz, WR (Ohio)**
– **Charles Woods, DB**

With these additions, the Rams are looking to bolster their depth chart and find players who can contribute on special teams, develop into future starters, or provide competition during training camp. The new signings bring a mix of speed, strength, and versatility that the Rams will evaluate throughout the offseason.

After drafting wide receiver Jordan Whittington in the sixth round, the Rams continued to bolster their receiving corps with three more rookie additions. JJ Laap from DIII Cortland had a stellar career, amassing over 3,000 receiving yards and 32 touchdowns. Drake Stoops had a breakout year at Oklahoma, almost doubling his career numbers with 84 catches, 962 yards, and 10 touchdowns in one season. Sam Wiglusz gained NFL attention after transferring from Ohio State to Ohio University, where he recorded 129 catches for 1,537 yards and 14 touchdowns over two seasons.

On the defensive side, after drafting Kamren Kinchens in the third round, the Rams signed five more rookie defensive backs through free agency. Jaylen McCollough had an impressive five-year tenure at Tennessee, accumulating 58 tackles and three interceptions in 2023 alone. Kenny Logan Jr., who played his entire college career at Kansas, tallied 383 tackles and six interceptions over 59 games.


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