San Diego Chargers 7-Round Mock Draft

By Ernie Padaon
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Sep 7, 2013; Boulder, CO, USA; Colorado Buffaloes wide receiver Paul Richardson (6) reacts in the stands following the win over the Central Arkansas Bears at Folsom Field. The Buffaloes defeated the Bears 38-24. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Draft is just around the corner, so you will only have to live through a few million more mock drafts. Here is mine for the end of the week:

Round 1 – 25th overall CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech

I really believe that the San Diego Chargers will go with the best corner on the board in the first round of the draft. If Kyle Fuller is available when the San Diego Chargers select, I would jump on him in a heartbeat. He might be my favorite fit for the Chargers in the secondary. Fuller is a physical corner and would likely be starting for the Chargers on defense at the start of the year.

Round 2 – 57th overall WR Paul Richardson, Colorado

Tom Telesco mentioned that he wanted to add some speed onto this roster. Richardson is one of the fastest receivers in this draft and would make those game breaking plays that can turn a game around. He looks like he is playing at a different speed in comparison to his competition. He would stretch that field wide open for the offense and would be a nice threat on the opposite side of the field from Keenan Allen.

Round 3 – 89th overall DE Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas

Jeffcoat would have the ability to help on the defensive line as a defensive end and he also has the athleticism to stand up and play some outside linebacker. He immediately would give the team someone that they can use to get after the quarterback.