Armed with the Nos. 2 and 13 picks, the St. Louis Rams find themselves in an enviable position heading toward this year's NFL draft.
While general manager Les Snead insists the team's biggest need is experience, there are plenty of areas by which they can bolster the roster.
Offensively, the Rams have a line with question marks, as two 2013 Week 1 starters, Rodger Saffold and Chris Williams, are scheduled for unrestricted free agency, while two more, Harvey Dahl and Scott Wells, are possible cap casualties. Jake Long is recovering from a torn ACL and MCL. Tackles like Texas A&M's Jake Matthews and Auburn's Greg Robinson would have plenty of appeal.
The Rams also lack a No. 1 type receiver who can consistently win outside the hashes and open things up underneath and in the running game. Clemson's Sammy Watkins could be an intriguing option.
Defensively, the Rams are pretty solid in the front seven but could use help in the secondary. A ball-hawking free safety with the ability to play center field, such as Alabama's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix or Louisville's Calvin Pryor, and another cornerback are needs that could be the final pieces to a solid defensive puzzle. Strongside linebacker and another defensive tackle aren't as pressing but could also be in play if the value fits.
And though it isn't a big need, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney could be tempting for a team in need of more game-changing players.
Check out Mel Kiper's Mock Draft 1.0 to see what players he thinks the Rams should target with their two first-round picks.