Edge Rushers: Aaron Lynch, South Florida - Kyle Posey
Yesterday I went over two cornerbacks that I felt would really fit the Chargers, in Bradley Roby and Kyle Fuller. Today I'm going to go over 2 edge rushers that I feel fit the Chargers well. No, there will be no Jadeveon Clowney, Anthony Barr, or Khalil Mack, because San Diego doesn't have a shot. Allow me to introduce you to Aaron Lynch.
Edge Rushers: Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State - Kyle Posey
Perhaps due to the dip in Boise State's win/loss record the past couple seasons, Demarcus Lawrence has become one of the forgotten prospects of this class. One who definitely looks to be playing on Sunday's and doing so for a long time.
Wide Receivers: Marqise Lee, USC - Kyle Posey
Before he ran the 40 yard dash at the NFL Combine there were already mixed reviews about Marqise Lee. Some felt the injuries weren't worth the risk, others felt he was just a product of volume at USC. It seemed like you either loved Lee or hated him as a prospect and nothing in between.
Wide Receivers: Odell Beckham Jr., LSU - Kyle Posey
I'm going to go through every trait a wide receiver needs to be successful at the next level, and tell you why Odell Beckham Jr. is better than you think, and why he's a perfect fit for San Diego at 25.
Wide Receivers: Brandin Cook, Oregon State - Kyle Posey
Brandin Cooks is 5'10, 189 pounds, and if not for Mike Evans, he'd be the "biggest" receiver in the draft. That sounds incredibly stupid, right? Well, when you watch Cooks play, it really isn't far-fetched, at all. Cooks is one of those guys that is easy to root for based solely on the fact that he's just so damn fun to watch play.