San Diego Chargers 7 Round Mock Draft

By Ernie Padaon
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September 1, 2012; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon Ducks running back DeAnthony Thomas (6) runs for a touchdown in the second quarter against the Arkansas State Red Wolves at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

Round 4 – 125th overall C Bryan Stork, Florida State
The Chargers have to start thinking about the future of the offensive line after Nick Hardwick is gone. Stork can learn from Hardwick while he is on the roster and also provide depth on the interior of the line.

Round 5 -165th overall RB DeAnthony Thomas, Oregon
There has been a lot of talk about adding speed onto the roster and adding a threat on special teams. Thomas would be ale to give the team a boost in the return game immediately. He might not be able to contribute much in the crowded backfield, but he will get his opportunities to impress returning kicks and punts. The Chargers can then think of creative ways of getting him the football on offense while he is on the roster.

Round 6 – 201st overall FS Marqueston Huff, Wyoming
Huff can move to corner or safety and would give the team some depth in the secondary. The secondary struggled last season and the team will take more bodies to compete for playing time.

Round 7 – 240th overall DT Zack Kerr, Delaware
The team has to address the lack of depth at the nose tackle position somewhere. There has been a little bit of buzz around Kerr lately and he could give the team someone to develop in the middle.