Nov 9, 2013; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Utes defensive back Keith McGill (1) tries to prevent a pass while Arizona State Sun Devils wide receiver Jaelen Strong (21) keeps his eyes on the ball during the third quarter atRice
-Eccles Stadium. Arizona State Sun Devils won the game 20-19. Mandatory Credit: Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports
There is no secret that the San Diego Chargers will be scouting out the corners at the Senior Bowl and at the NFL Combine. There is a big need on the roster for someone that can play on the opposite side of Shareece Wright.
One player that the Chargers scouts are watching during the Senior Bowl Practices is Utah CB Keith McGill. The Chargers scouts talked to him yesterday after practice and here are some of the reports from the practice:
CB Keith McGill is turning heads in Mobile. Hope he continues to do so. Excellent size, skill set, potential. #GoUtes
Utah CB Keith McGill has the skill-set to be an exceptional press technique player. He is built to disrupt at the line & showed why today.
— CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) January 21, 2014
McGill is expected to be drafted in the 3rd round. He has the size that teams are looking for in the corner position. People are looking to find the next Richard Sherman now. McGill has the size for it.
H/T Walter Football