This morning (technically last night, more on that below), the Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans completed a trade so Los Angeles could move up to pick first overall. In order to get the pick, the Rams gave up their first-round pick (No. 15), two second-round picks (No. 43 and 45) and a third-round pick (No. 76) this year. The Titans also get the Rams' first and third round picks next year.
While the trade was announced this morning, it was agreed to last night. The teams chose to keep the trade under wraps until this morning in order to not take away from Kobe Bryant's final game (and thus making the Warriors chopped liver).
So what does this mean for DeForest Buckner? The former Duck is considered to be one of the top overall prospects available in this year's draft and has made regular appearances in the top 10 of mock drafts.
Since the Rams will likely use the pick to take a quarterback and the Titans don't have as much of a need for a defensive lineman, Buckner's draft stock shouldn't change much after this trade.
Here were some mock drafts before the trade between Los Angeles and Tennessee in regards to where Buckner was landing:
SB Nation: No. 7 - San Francisco 49ers
CBS Sports: No. 3 - San Diego Chargers
The Big Lead: No. 5 - Jacksonville Jaguars
And here are some mock drafts of where Buckner could land after the trade:
NFL.com: No. 11 - Chicago Bears
Sports Illustrated: No. 6 - Baltimore Ravens
WalterFootball.com: No. 6 Baltimore Ravens
CBS Sports: No. 7 - San Francisco 49ers
As you can see, no dramatic changes. It's still very likely he will be a top 10 overall pick, and right now, Baltimore and San Francisco are looking like a couple popular landing spots. He could still go as high as No. 3 overall to the Chargers, as well.