You determined that the Ravens’ biggest need was wide receiver gave them the draft’s top receiver in Calvin Ridley. Next up, the Chargers have their pick of the top tackles in the draft as well as some of the most talented defensive players still on the board such as Maurice Hurst and Rashaan Evans.
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The Los Angeles Chargers are now on the clock!
OG Isaiah Wynn: Wynn could theoretically play anywhere from tackle all the way inside to center and Tom Telesco does love versatile offensive lineman.
OT Connor Williams: After his pro day, he seems to have cemented himself as the top prospect at offensive tackle.
LB Rashaan Evans: He is the best linebacker left on the board.
DT Maurice Hurst: He’s a 3-tech and he’s a good one. He’s a little on the small size, but he’s an athlete.
CB Josh Jackson: Arguably the top corner, Jackson could make an instant impact.
DE Marcus Davenport: A standup rusher at UTSA, Davenport has packed on size and projects as a 43 DE in the NFL.
DE Harold Landry: He lacks ideal size, but Landry has excellent burst and is likely to be a productive pro.
CB Jaire Alexander: There is some concern about his ability to stay healthy, but Alexander is quick and instinctive.
OT Mike McGlinchey: The Notre Dame tackle could be a fit for the Chargers if they are looking to replace Joe Barksdale.
WR Courtland Sutton: He’s a possession receiver. He’s big, he’s tough, and he lacks quickness.
LB Leighton Vander Esch: An athletic, 3-down linebacker, Vander Esch could definitely be a mid-1st round pick.
WR D.J. Moore: Probably a slot receiver in the NFL, he has the quickness for it and could also add value as a returner.
CB Mike Hughes: The UCF product is a short but physical corner. He lacks experience which gives a somewhat steeper learning curve as he enters the NFL.
CB Isaiah Oliver: He has an elite combination of size and speed but has some technical deficiencies and is a less than stellar tackler.
QB Mason Rudolph: Some think Oklahoma State’s Rudolph is a Day 2 prospect, but others disagree and his numbers were certainly impressive.
With the 17th pick in the 2018 Fan Vote Mock Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers select...
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CB Jaire Alexander
DE Marcus Davenport
LB Rashaan Evans
CB Mike Hughes
DT Maurice Hurst
CB Josh Jackson
DE Harold Landry
OT Mike McGlinchey
WR D.J. Moore
CB Isaiah Oliver
QB Mason Rudolph
WR Courtland Sutton
LB Leighton Vander Esch
OT Connor Williams
OG Isaiah Wynn