Looking at the players who the Rams drafted after the RG3 trade
Michael Brockers: 2012, 1st round, 14th overall
Brockers was selected with a Cowboys first-round draft pick, which the Rams acquired (plus a second-rounder) when they gave Dallas the No. 6 overall pick Washington originally owned in 2012. Since arriving to St. Louis, Brockers has been a part of his team's feared defensive line — but he hasn't been a main reason why they've become feared. In 46 career games, the defensive tackle has 11.5 sacks, 83 solo tackles, and two forced fumbles. Not awful, but also not particularly impressive numbers for the LSU product.
Janoris Jenkins: 2012, 2nd round, 39th overall
Jenkins slid in as a starting corner for the Rams' defense almost immediately after putting on the blue and gold, and has remained there pretty much ever since. Having played in 46 contests and started in 44 of them, Jenkins has seen a lot of action for St. Louis. However, he has just seven career picks and two forced fumbles in his career. With that being said, his 34 passes defensed is a solid number, and the 26-year-old has five defensive touchdowns to his name. He's never mentioned amongst the NFL's best, but there's something to be said for a guy who's started almost every game for a defense that has been decent since 2012.
Isaiah Pead: 2012, 2nd round, 50th overall:
The Rams have given a lot of carries to a lot of running backs over the past few seasons, but Pead hasn't been featured as often as many of his teammates have: The former Cincinnati star has just 19 attempts in 26 career games (he missed 2014 with a torn ACL) and only 14 receptions since becoming a Ram. He's never scored a touchdown, either. For someone who had 33 scores in four years in college, that has to be disappointing.
Rokevious Watkins: 2012, 5th round, 150th overall
Out of all the players the Rams selected after the RG3 trade, Watkins was the one who panned out the least. He reported to his first training camp overweight, and after the opening game of the season, was placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury. He apparently made the same mistake the following year when he reported to St. Louis' training camp overweight again, and the team decided to cut him before the 2013 campaign. Kansas City signed him after his release, but he started just once and was gone before 2014's schedule started. He's currently a free agent.
Alec Ogletree: 2013, 1st round, 30th overall
Ogletree has been a mainstay in St. Louis' linebacking corps since being selected in the 2013 draft: The 23-year-old has started all 33 games that have been played since he began donning the Rams' uniform. In 2013 and 2014, Ogletree had 117 and 111 combined tackles respectively, and overall, he has three interceptions as a pro to go along with an eye-catching 10 forced fumbles, too. He's been known to miss tackles, though, and is liable to give up the big play in the pass game due to being over-aggressive. He's still young, however, and has had a productive first two years in the league. His future is bright.
Stedman Bailey: 2013, 3rd round, 92nd overall
Bailey has reunited with former West Virginia teammate Tavon Austin for the Rams, and he's put up OK numbers since joining the NFL. He caught just 17 passes as a rookie, but hauled in 30 last season in his second year (for 435 yards and his only career receiving touchdown). St. Louis' receiving corps is crowded, but Bailey will look to make "the leap" in 2015 in what is his third campaign as a pro. Three catches for 58 yards against Seattle in the team's season opener is a good start, but what will he do the rest of the way? It's time for him to step up and be a consistent threat.
Zac Stacy: 2013, 5th round, 160th overall
When the Rams selected Georgia's standout tailback Todd Gurley in the first round of this year's draft, Stacy tweeted out one word: "Yikes." The Vanderbilt product was tremendous as a rookie for St. Louis (250 rushes for 973 yards and seven scores) but saw his playing time take a major hit in 2014 (76 carries for 293 yards and one touchdown). So once he saw that Gurley was coming aboard, he requested to be traded, and his request was granted — he's currently the Jets' third-string back. Now one question remains: Will he ever get back to his rookie year form? Hm, doesn't that sound a lot like something people have been asking about a certain DC quarterback the past few years?
Greg Robinson: 2014, 1st round, 2nd overall
When Robinson was taken second overall in 2014, the book on the RG3 trade was finally closed. The tackle from Auburn started 12 games as a rookie, and started the team's season opener against Seattle as well. It's way too early to tell what he'll become, though, but he certainly has the tools to turn into an elite tackle in the NFL. You can bet on this, however: St. Louis fans will hope that their No. 2 overall pick works out better than the one who started the complicated relationship between these two franchises in the first place.