With the 191st overall pick, the LA Chargers select Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech
Safety is not a massive need for the LA Chargers this offseason but it is good to have depth at the position, especially with Rayshawn Jenkins being a free agent and Nasir Adderley underperforming in year two.
Deablo is not someone who would come in and make a big difference on the LA Chargers’ secondary. He has NFL safety size, making him a very intriguing prospect, but he is raw and will take time to develop his craft.
However, with the right coaching and his size, Deablo could blossom into a legitimate difference-maker on the defensive side of the ball. At the very least, the Chargers can utilize his size and athleticism in special teams.
With the 201st overall pick, the LA Chargers select Marco Wilson, CB, Florida
Marco Wilson is another prospect with potential that would have to be realized, which is what you kind of get at this point of the draft, anyway. What makes Wilson exciting is his ability to play both out wide and in the slot in nickel packages, something that the LA Chargers could use in the cornerback room.
He is long and agile and could legitimately be a decent zone-coverage cornerback right out of college with room to grow.
With the 234th overall pick, the LA Chargers select Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida
The Chargers are not going to get anything special in the seventh round but I do like the style-fit here. Miller is a rather one-dimensional linebacker that can play SAM and drop into pass coverage, something that the Chargers utilize quite frequently.
It is not a bad thing to have more coverage ability in the linebacker room, and again, he would make a decent-enough special teams player right away.