clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Trey Adams too early off the board in round 3?

New, comments
NFL Combine - Day 4 Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Perusing the internet this week, I came across this 7-round Chargers mock draft by YouTube user C4. I found it to be pretty informative and makes some sense for LA’s needs, hitting a much-done first round pick for the Chargers with QB Justin Herbert and then spending six of seven picks on offense.

I also like these Madden mockups of the offense and defense:

Good or bad, this draft probably doesn’t include a single 2020 starter if the Chargers went this route. Of course, I expect rookies to contribute even less than normal next season so maybe that’s not a bad thing.

Here’s the mock he did and I’ve included a link about each player except for Herbert, who has been talked about plenty of times. If LA doesn’t go with an offensive lineman early, C4 has them taking UW’s Trey Adams in round three, an offensive tackle who was once considered an elite prospect at his position. That is not the case anymore, which will make him a solid value pick for some and a waste of a round three pick to others.

6. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

37. Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

Jalen Reagor doesn’t seem concerned about his 40-yard dash times

71. Trey Adams, OT, Washington

“Perception vs tape scenario.”

Trey Adams May Have Run and Talked His Way Out of an NFL Draft Pick

112. Ben Bredeson, OG, Michigan

“I don’t necessarily think he’s a perennial all-pro, but there’s no way he’s gonna suck.”

‘Burly’ frame could make Michigan’s Ben Bredeson a Day 2 NFL draft pick

151. Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic

Harrison Bryant scouting report

186. Lemical Perine, RB, Florida

Lightly recruited, Lamical Perine has silenced his doubters and become Florida’s most valuable player

220. Grayland Arnold, DB, Baylor

Grayland Arnold Declares for NFL Draft