San Diego Chargers 7 Round Mock Draft

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Oct 5, 2013; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies cornerback Kyle Fuller (17) celebrates with safety Kyshoen Jarrett (34) after making an interception in the fourth quarter. The Hokies defeated the Tar Heels 27-17 at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

We have put out a couple of mock drafts on the site in the last few days, but it is not going to stop me from putting out another one. We posted a recent 3-Round mock that shared who we would select based on who the team was visiting. Here is a 7-round mock that could fill all the needs on the roster. It makes too much sense that Tom Telesco would move in this direction:

Round 1 – 25th overall CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech
This selection is going to come down to which corner is available when the Chargers make their selection. Will it be Jason Verrett, Kyle Fuller or Bradley Roby? It probably will come down to those 3. If neither of those guys are available, then the Chargers will have to look in a different direction in the first. One of those guys should be there. Fuller is a nice fit on John Pagano’s defense. He would give the team some athleticism and toughness on the outside.

Round 2 – 57th overall LB Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech
Attaochu would be an awesome fit for the roster. If he is available with the 57th selection, he should be the pick. The team needs to add to the defense through the draft. It will be Tom Telesco’s number 1 priority. It makes sense for the Chargers to beef up on the defensive side of the ball in the first two rounds. Attaochu would give the team a nice pass rush and someone to count on in the future at the outside linebacker spot.

Round 3 – 89th overall WR Jarvis Landry, LSU
After selecting defense in the first couple of rounds, the Chargers will be dipping into the well again at receiver in the 3rd round. Latimer has been a name that has been getting a lot of buzz lately, but Jarvis Landry is a player that the team should have on their radar in this round. Beckham was the burner for LSU, but Landry was the reliable hands for the team. He is not going to stretch the field, but he will make some impressive grabs in traffic. He will get separation early in the route and will win the jump balls.

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