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Chargers’ remaining targets on Day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft

NORMAN, OK - OCTOBER 27: Offensive lineman Cody Ford #74 of the Oklahoma Sooners gestures to the crowd before the game against the Kansas State Wildcats at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on October 27, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Kansas State 51-14. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)
NORMAN, OK - OCTOBER 27: Offensive lineman Cody Ford #74 of the Oklahoma Sooners gestures to the crowd before the game against the Kansas State Wildcats at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on October 27, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Kansas State 51-14. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)
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CHAPEL HILL, NC – SEPTEMBER 26: Nasir Adderley #23 of the Delaware Fightin Blue Hens tackles Quinshad Davis #14 of the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Kenan Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. North Carolina won 41-14. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
CHAPEL HILL, NC – SEPTEMBER 26: Nasir Adderley #23 of the Delaware Fightin Blue Hens tackles Quinshad Davis #14 of the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Kenan Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. North Carolina won 41-14. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Chargers’ Day 2 draft targets: Part two

Nasir Adderley, S

Adderley, a potential first-round pick, would be an easy choice in the second round.

Rock Ya-Sin and Greedy Williams, CB

The Chargers have a chance to grab either of these potential first-round corners in the second round. Not many corners were taken in the first round, and either could find themselves in the second round right at pick 60.

Max Scharping, OL

The team passed on OL in the first round, and could miss out on the best three remaining guys in Risner, Ford, and Taylor. Scharping could be had in the third round.

Deionte Thompson, S

Another safety the Chargers could target in the second round, though more safeties than corners went in the first round. Would Thompson be an upgrade over a veteran like Boston?

Greg Little, OL

Little might be the sixth-best tackle prospect and could fall straight to pick 60 because three of the guys who are better than him are still within the second round. A possible Okung replacement, one day.

Mack Wilson, LB

Not sure the Chargers have any interest in an early linebacker, but he’s there for the Bolts in the second potentially.

Elgton Jenkins, OL

The Chargers need to shore up the interior of their offensive line, and a guy like Jenkins could do it.

Trysten Hill and Khalen Saunders, IDL

Both guys could be had in the third round, but with Tillery’s selection, neither are likely options. Still worth keeping an eye out for.

Next. Chargers select Notre Dame's Jerry Tillery

Jamel Dean, CB

The team’s love (or hate) for Dean should depend largely on his health concerns. Is he another Jason Verrett, chalked full of talent but destined for injured reserve every year? Dean is a third round pick here, but would be a great addition to work and learn under Ron Milus, one of the best position coaches in the NFL.

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