Overview
Keith Null is a quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, who selected him with the 196th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. Null, who was selected out of West Texas A&M, is listed at 6-feet, 4-inches tall and 220 pounds.
Prep Career
Null was a first-team all-district selection at Lampasas High School in Lampasas, TX. He also lettered three years for the basketball team.
College Career
After serving as a backup for his first two seasons at West Texas A&M, Null emerged as one of the best quarterbacks in school history. In 2007, he set school and conference records with 4,134 yards and 41 touchdowns, leading West Texas A&M to an undefeated regular season.

He topped those numbers as a senior, throwing for 5,097 yards and 48 touchdowns. Null became the first quarterback in West Texas A&M history to throw for more than 9,000 yards in his career, despite starting for just two seasons.

Null ended his Division II by earning offensive MVP honors in the Valero Cactus Bowl, a Division II all-star game.

While at West Texas A&M, Null was coached by former NFL first-round pick Ryan Leaf, who served as the school's quarterbacks coach from 2006 until resigning in November of 2008.
NFL Career
Null was selected in the sixth round (196th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. Before the 2009 season, Null signed a contract with St. Louis. Terms were not disclosed.

Null began his rookie season as the Rams third-string quarterback, but was forced into action due to injuries to Marc Bulger and Kyle Boller. Null made his first career start in Week 14 against the Titans, going 27-of-43 for 157 yards and a touchdown with five interceptions.
Conversation