Rams may have gotten a steal in George Selvie

In 2007, South Florida defensive end George Selvie terrorized quarterbacks in the Big East, finishing his sophomore season with 14.5 sacks.  Thereafter, teams began to double-team and triple-team him.  So his production naturally dropped.

In 2009, newcomer Jason Pierre-Paul benefited from all the attention paid to Selvie, and Pierre-Paul parlayed one season into a top-15 pick based on potential more than production.

Meanwhile, Selvie slid all the way to round seven and St. Louis.  In his first conference call as a member of the Rams, he suggested that injury issues affected him last season, too.

“People say you might have [gone] higher,” Selvie said.  “Well, woulda coulda shoulda, it doesn’t matter now.  I’m in this position, I’m a St. Louis Ram, and I’m happy where I’m at.”

The Rams could end up being happy, too.