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by David Jackson – LA Rams News | @RamsFansForum

With the 104th pick in the third round of the NFL draft the Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams selected Wisconsin guard Logan Bruss. At 6′ 5″ and 305lbs Logan Bruss brings physicality and toughness to the interior offensive line that the Rams have been missing.

Over the last two seasons, while playing multiple positions along the offensive line, Bruss did not allow a single sack. Going back to 2019 when he became a full time starter, he only allowed one sack. That is a total of nearly 600 snaps. Considering he played in the big ten with some of the best defensive linemen in all of college football makes it even more impressive.

The addition of Logan Bruss, the Rams now have three former Wisconsin Badgers on the Rams offensive line joining Rob Havenstein and David Edwards. As the video clip below shows, Bruss is not afraid to step in and protect his teammate.

His physicality is also impressive as you can see when he opens up a huge hole driving the second overall pick Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson into the ground.

Will Logan Bruss be a day-one starter? We’ll have to wait and see, but all indications he was the player the Rams specifically targeted with the number 104 pick in the third round. The Rams staff are obviously very excited to add Logan to the offensive line.

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