Chargers 2014 Draft a Year Later
December 20, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton (11) fumbles the ball after being tackled by San Diego Chargers defensive tackle Ryan Carrethers (92) during overtime at Levi
5th Round: Ryan Carrethers, DT Arkansas State
Carrethers played most of the time at nose tackle. He appeared in 6 games for the Bolts last season, accumulating 12 tackles. He is a meaty man at 6’1″ 337 pounds. He can develop into the Chargers’ feature interior lineman. He too battled injuries last season that kept him from being on the field more than half the season. Look for him to play a lot more in 2015.
6th Round: Marion Grice, RB Arizona State
Grice did not last long with the Bolts. In September, he was signed by the Arizona Cardinals off of the Chargers practice squad. He was passed up by Branden Oliver after the preseason ended. Grice actually ended up getting at least one carry in 6 games for the Cardinals including their playoff game against the Carolina Panthers. He should be on the depth chart this upcoming season for Arizona as well.
7th Round: Tevin Reese, WR Baylor
Reese’s fate was similar to Grice’s. He was cut after the preseason and was signed to the Cincinnati Bengals’ practice squad. He did not appear in a game last year.
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