Los Angeles Chargers Mock Drafts
The Chargers got much-needed help on both sides of the ball in Matt Miller’s new two-round NFL mock draft.
The Chargers choose to pass on an elite playmaker on offense to instead go with an athletic defensive tackle at No. 5.
We looked at over 65 mock drafts produced in the last two weeks to see how often experts matched the Chargers with certain players, like Brock Bowers, Malik Nabers and Marvin Harrison.
Washington’s Rome Odunze led the country with 1,640 receiving yards during the 2023 season.
Brock Bowers has taken the college football world by storm ever since he took the field for the first time in Athens.
The Chargers attack the interior of their defense by selecting an All-American defensive tackle out of Illinois.
The Chargers get some much-needed help in the secondary to reinforce one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL.
Sanders rushed for over 1,400 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2022.
Sanders was a semifinalist for the John Mackey Award in 2022.
The Chargers lean heavily into the defense with their day two picks.
With so many depth needs to fill, Tom Telesco finally trades back to bolster his roster.
This is how I could see the draft actually going for the Chargers.
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Mayer recorded 809 receiving yards and nine touchdowns in his final year for the Irish.