For those that didn't pay much attention to college football in 2012, the University of Alabama had quite an impressive group of young players -- in total, nine members of the team were drafted, including three first-rounders and one second-rounder -- and, oh yeah, they won the BCS championship. Two members of the O-line were taken in consecutive slots in Round 1 (Chance Warmack at No. 10, D.J. Flukder at No. 11), but in Round 4, the St. Louis Rams added perhaps the most versatile player of Alabama's front five in Barrett Jones. Jones has experience playing at all five positions on the line in college, and that versatility may afford him the chance to start with St. Louis.