LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Rams signed 19 undrafted free agents on Thursday. Here's a closer look at each player:
Taylor Bertolet, K, Texas A&M: The Rams are seeking competition for kicker Greg Zuerlein and coach Jeff Fisher has indicated that whoever is brought in would be more than a camp leg. Bertolet was 22-of-31 on field goals in 2015 and was once Rivals.com's No. 1 rated high school kicker. Bertolet is known for a strong leg but accuracy has been an issue -- which sounds a lot like Zuerlein.
Brandon Chubb, LB, Wake Forest: Wake Forest's leading tackler in 2015 with 107, Chubb was on his way to a spot on the All ACC first team. He's a cousin of Georgia running back Nick Chubb, the star runner who replaced the Rams' Todd Gurley after his injury in 2014.
Morgan Fox, DT, Colorado State-Pueblo: The Rams have had success finding gems from smaller schools on the defensive line recently with guys like Matt Longacre and Ethan Westbrooks. Could Fox be next? He had 17 sacks and 21.5 tackles for loss at the Division II level last year.
Rohan "Maurice" Gaines, S, Arkansas: Gaines steps into a secondary full of opportunity following the offseason departures of Rodney McLeod and Janoris Jenkins. He was a four-year starter for the Razorbacks and had 67 tackles and an interception in 2015.
Aaron Green, RB, TCU: Perhaps one of the more intriguing players on this list, Green rushed for 1,272 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2015. He joins a crowded backfield but given Tre Mason's legal woes, there might be a chance to stick.
Nicholas Grigsby, LB, Pittsburgh: Grigsby had 66 tackles, including 9.5 for loss in 2015 and was considered a leader for Pitt's revamped defense. There's room for depth at linebacker on this roster but based on the numbers, there will be plenty of competition.
Darren Herring, LB, Vanderbilt: Speaking of linebacker competition, Herring brings a smart, productive piece to the mix after starting for three seasons and posting 226 tackles in his college career.
Cory Littleton, LB, Washington: Littleton showed some pass rushing chops in 2015, posting six sacks and 11 tackles for loss in his final college season. He'll join Chubb, Grigsby and Herring in the quest for a roster spot, likely through special teams, an area he's excelled in the past with 19 tackles there.
Michael Jordan, CB, Missouri Western: Not to be confused with the basketball legend or even the famous actor, this Jordan split time between corner and safety in his collegiate career. He flashed a nose for the ball in both spots, finishing his career with 16 interceptions.
Jordan Lomax, S, Iowa: Like Jordan and Gaines, Lomax should add more competition at safety, where jobs seem available. He had 96 tackles, including a string of three straight games in double digits in his final season for the Hawkeyes.
Paul McRoberts, WR, Southeast Missouri St.: McRoberts made plenty of plays in the Ohio Valley Conference, including 76 receptions for 940 yards and nine touchdowns last season. There's room for help at receiver if McRoberts can have similar success in training camp.
James Murphy, OT, Northwestern Louisiana: Murphy was a starter for the better part of three seasons, twice earning All Southland Conference honors along the way.
Marquez North, WR, Tennessee: Another one of the more intriguing talents in this group, North didn't do much last season because of injury but he's listed at 6-foot-3, 229 pounds and ran a 4.48 second 40-yard dash at the scouting combine and was clocked by a scout at 4.39 seconds at his pro day.
Kache Palacio, DE, Washington State: The Rams are listing Palacio as a defensive end but he's listed at 6-foot-2, 231 pounds, which means he's more likely to compete at linebacker. He had 27 tackles for loss and 17 sacks in his time with the Cougars.
Brian Randolph, S, Tennessee: Another name to toss in the mix at safety, Randolph had some college success blocking kicks which could make him appealing from a special teams perspective. He started 47 games for the Volunteers and clocked a 4.4 in the 40 at Tennessee's pro day according to at least one stop watch.
Winston Rose, CB, New Mexico State: Rose will be returning to Los Angeles after spending two seasons at Los Angeles Valley College and growing up in Inglewood, California.
Ian Seau, DE, Nevada-Reno: The nephew of Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau, Ian Seau led the Mountain West Conference with 10 sacks and also had 18.5 tackles for loss in 2015. He's undersized to play defensive end but will have a chance to earn his way as a movable pass rushing piece.
Nelson Spruce, WR, Colorado: Spruce set the Pac-12 Conference record for career receptions with 294 and had 105 catches for 1,198 yards and 12 touchdowns in his best collegiate season as a junior. NFL.com compared him to former Rams receiver Danny Amendola.
Jordan Swindle, OT, Kentucky: Swindle come to Los Angeles with no shortage of experience after starting three seasons for the Wildcats, two on the right and one on the left. According to his bio from Kentucky, Swindle can solve a Rubik's cube in about a minute.