Add another prospect to the list of players that will come visit the Chargers. This is actually a player that could get drafted in the second day, unlike most of the players that have already come to town:
Old Dominion defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron.
California safety D.J. Campbell.
Oregon State cornerback Brandon Hardin.
Oklahoma linebacker Ronnell Lewis.
Jackson State defensive end Donavan Robinson.
Alabama tight end Brad Smelley.
Illinois safety Tavon Wilson.
The new prospect that is making a visit is Utah State LB Bobby Wagner. Wagner is projected to be picked in the middle rounds and probably in the 3rd round. He has visited with multiple teams already.
Here is his scouting report from Pro Football Weekly:
• Highly motivated achiever
• Rocked with muscle
• Athletic tester
• Competes hard
• Tough and extremely durable
• Productive, four-year starter
• Lacks ideal height
• Late processer — see-and-go reactor
• Minimal knock-back power
• Lacks on-field presence
• Faced inferior competition
The Way We See It:
A very active competitor who lives for the game and really works at it, yet struggles to convert his weight-room numbers to the field and always might be hindered by deficient instincts.
I hate having players with bad instincts, but he was productive in school. Keep an eye on his name on the second day of the draft. What do you think?