The Los Angeles Rams signed all 11 of their 2018 draft picks, the team announced Friday.
The signings came one day after the final day of organized team activities and four days before the Rams conduct their mandatory minicamp starting next Tuesday.
Los Angeles did not have a selection in either of the first two rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft, using them in separate trades the past two seasons to acquire wide receivers Brandin Cooks and Sammy Watson.
The two highest picks were spent to bolster the offensive line. Tackle Joseph Noteboom was selected in the third round while center Brian Allen was the first of the team’s fourth-round picks.
Defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers also was taken in the fourth round while the Rams snagged a pair of linebackers in the fifth round in Micah Kiser and Ogbonnia Okoronkwo.
Running back John Kelly was among four sixth-round selections that included offensive lineman Jamil Demby, defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day and linebacker Trevon Young. Linebacker Travin Howard and defensive lineman Justin Lawler, both taken in the seventh round, wrapped up the class.