UMaine offensive lineman drafted by National Football League's Los Angeles Rams

UMaine offensive lineman drafted by National Football League's Los Angeles Rams

Javier Howell
April 29, 2018

But the Rams ended up using one of their own choices, re-acquiring the fifth-round pick they sent to Denver for cornerback Aqib Talib in March. "They're so thankful. They're so happy for me".

He will now get the opportunity to play for a playoff-caliber team in the Rams.

Allen, a starting center for the 2017 MSU team, was selected as the 111th overall pick of the draft.

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"I did. I was on a visit with the Rams I guess two weeks ago".

I think I've been one of the more productive linebackers in college football the last three years. "There's probably been five or six teams that claim they're gonna draft me, so we'll see". What he was able to do, not only here with the Rams, but also, I remember watching him with the Broncos as well. "It's going to be awesome and great for me as a young guy to learn from the older guys already there". But everyone at this level is a pro so you've got to come in and work. Throughout the draft, general manager Les Snead made bringing in several promising, young linemen a priority - hoping to develop them under veteran players like Andrew Whitworth and John Sullivan. "Just looking forward to getting out there again". I've lined up on the line of scrimmage, I've lined up at "Will" linebacker, I've lined up at "Sam" linebacker. "I've blitzed the passer a lot. I'm going to continue to get better". He will be reunited with Liam Coen, who was Maine's offensive coordinator the last two years and is now an assistant with Los Angeles.

The day ended in the seventh round with Howard, an inside linebacker who converted from safety at TCU, and Lawler, who blocked three kicks for SMU last season. "I had sort of dosed off a bit, just sitting on the couch, and I was awoken to a bunch of people shaking me with a phone in my face".