Breaking down the Rams' picks on the final day of the draft

April 27, 2013 

Center Barrett Jones

College: Alabama

Hometown: Memphis, Tenn.

Height: 6-foot-4

Weight: 306 pounds

Accomplishments: Jones was a member of three Crimson Tide national championship squads. He won the Outland Trophy as the nation's best interior lineman in 2011 and the Rimington Trophy as the nation's best center in 2012.

Jones started 50 games at Alabama, including 25 at right guard, 11 at left tackle and 14 at center.

Jones already has a master's degree in accounting, completing his undergraduate and graduate studies with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average.

Impact: Will provide depth at both center and guard.

Fun fact: Jones' father, Rex, was a member of the Alabama basketball team that advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament under coach Wimp Sanderson in the 1984-85 season.

Round 5

Cornerback Brandon McGee

College: Miami

Hometown: Plantation, Fla.

Height: 5-foot-11

Weight: 193 pounds

Accomplishments: Played in 44 games, including 25 starts, for the Hurricanes. He had 54 tackles, two interceptions, two pass breakups and one sack as a senior. Was a team captain as a senior.

Impact: You can never have enough cornerbacks, and the Rams had only four cornerbacks on their roster before adding McGee. Can return kicks and play gunner on special teams.

Fun fact: McGee played quarterback as a junior at Plantation High School, throwing for 1,100 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Running back Zac Stacy

College: Vanderbilt

Hometown: Centreville, Ala.

Height: 5-foot-8

Weight: 216 pounds

Accomplishments: Rushed for 1,141 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior for the Commordores, earning unanimous All-Southeastern Conference honors. Holds school records with 3,143 rushing yards and 30 rushing touchdowns.

Impact: Gives the Rams a power runner in short-yardage situations.

Fun fact: Stacy is the first Vanderbilt running back taken in the NFL draft since Frank Mordica in the ninth round in 1980.

--Steve Korte

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