As exciting as the first two days of the NFL Draft are, there’s something special about the final four rounds where you just can’t wait to see what type of value your favorite can find. Not many highs are better than watching some of your personal favorites fall only to have your team snatch them up a round or two later than you expected them to.
So for today’s conversation, let’s talk about your favorite prospects that you want the Chargers to consider in round four through seven.
For me, I like Iowa defensive end Chauncey Golston.
For one, he’s a former Hawkeye so duh.
Two, he plays with the high-effort motor you want in developmental players and has ideal length and size at 6’5 and just under 270 pounds. Golston was a participant in this year’s Senior Bowl where he reportedly caught the eye of executive director Jim Nagy.
After reviewing tape, @seniorbowl American player-of-game honors could’ve gone to @HawkeyeFootball DL Chauncey Golston, who has length (6046v, 84 3/8 wing), versatility, & motor to develop into quality starter. @2live57 is getting plenty of buzz in NFL draft meetings right now. pic.twitter.com/IrJsVtAW6z— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) February 23, 2021
Now I’ll throw it over to your all. Who do you like on day three?
And now for today’s links.
Austin Ekeler joined The Pat McAfee Show (Chargers.com)
Gavino Borquez highlights a day three safety for the Chargers (Chargers Wire)
Grading the 2020 offensive line (Bolt Beat)
Which rookies will make the biggest jumps in 2021? (L.A. Football Network)
J.J. Watt says everything kept pointing to the Cardinals (ESPN)
The Vikings released Kyle Rudolph after 10 seasons in Minnesota (NFL.com)
The talks between Dak Prescott and the Cowboys have been progressing (Pro Football Talk)
The Packers may throw the franchise tag on Aaron Jones (NFL.com)
Top landing spots for Alex Smith (CBS Sports)