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Reviewing Chargers 2013 Draft Class

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Sep 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Keenan Allen (13) is tackled by Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne (24) during the first half at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

D.J. FlukerI love the kids attitude and work ethic that he has brought to the offensive line. We haven’t seen too many instances of playing like Jeromey Clary on the right side of the line and Philip Rivers has had time to throw the football.

Another thing, I will always be able to watch that gif of him slamming that Raiders player for years to put a smile on my face.

Manti Te’oThe jury is still out on Te’o. He is getting more and more playing time, but he hasn’t seen enough action and still isn’t up to speed of everything. It was only his second game of action last week and he only had a few snaps in the preseason. Still have big expectations out of him.

Keenan AllenAllen has gotten his chance to play and has looked really good. He has a great chemistry with Philip Rivers and can only get better with more playing time. He definitely is one of the steals in the draft. He will be the team’s number 1 receiver for the rest of the year.

Steve WilliamsI wish Stevie was able to get on the field, but we will have to wait till next season till we get some use out of him. The secondary could use him out on the field.

Tourek WilliamsHe hasn’t done much and wasn’t expected to do a ton this year. He was a project and needs some time to develop. With our injuries at the position, he is going to get more and more opportunities.

Brad SorensenThe preseason star showed some poise in the pocket and should be taking over the backup quarterback role behind Philip Rivers soon. He could be a solid player for us down the road.

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