Going into the draft, there was a lot of speculation about the Chargers possibly grabbing Cam Thomas out of North Carolina with their 2nd round pick to be an eventual replacement for Jamal Williams. Well, A.J. Smith knew Thomas' value and waited to grab him with the 146th pick in the draft.
The Chargers have now plugged holes at RB (Ryan Mathews), ILB (Donald Butler), Safety (Darrell Stuckey, picked earlier today), third string QB (Jonathan Crompton) and DT. They have one pick left today, and the only glaring hole left is an Offensive Tackle.
This is turning into a heck of a draft for the Bolts.