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With the 250th overall selection, the Los Angeles Rams selected Clemson Tremayne Anchrum
Anchrum has been absolutely rooted on the right side for Clemson in his four year career. He earned first-team All-ACC honors as a senior and second-team all-conference notice as a junior. Anchrum did not miss a game or a start in both seasons. He was a part of the 2018 national title team and the runner up the following year. He started six of 14 games played as a sophomore.
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What the Analysts Say
Short college tackle with good quickness and leverage. Will need to bump inside due to a lack of functional length. Anchrum does an excellent job of getting to landmarks laterally as a move blocker and has above-average body control to adjust and capture his second-level blocks. He has the tools to fire out and operate as a base blocker but could find himself controlled by two-gapping defensive tackles due to his short arms and average hand quickness. Despite his lack of desired size and length, he could be a nice, capable fit as a quality backup guard for a team looking to play in space. – Lance Zierlein NFL Network
David Edwards and Rob Haverstein have been holding down the offensive line for the Rams the past few years. Anchrum, as a late round selection, might allow him to slide up the depth chart. If Edwards or Haverstein come down with injury bug, expect Anchrum to fit right in on an offensive line that has been solid. I would consider this a steal in the draft for the Rams.