Chargers Mock Drafts

Chargers mock draft: Full seven-round mock after Khalil Mack trade

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With the 233rd pick in this LA Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Christopher Hinton, IDL, Michigan

With their first of four picks in the seventh round, the Bolts take another IDL from the Big Ten in the form of Michigans Christopher Hinton.

Hinton found himself in between roles on the defensive front but would occupy a 4-technique role in the Bolts defense.

A fundamentally sound player, who uses good leverage against the run, Hinton has pieces that head coach Brandon Staley would find appealing.

With the 252nd pick in this LA Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Aaron Hansford, LB, Texas A&M

At pick 252 in the seventh round, the Chargers select Aaron Hansford, their first LB selection of the draft, out of Texas A&M.

With the return of Kyzir White starting to look doubtful, the Chargers would need another LB for depth purposes.

Hansford at this point in his development would never see the field on defense but would contribute to the Chargers' rebuild on all special teams units.

With the 253rd pick in this LA Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Jermaine Waller, CB, Virginia Tech

With their second of back-to-back picks, the Chargers take another CB in Virginia Tech's Jermaine Waller.

Back in 2019, Waller projected to be a top pick when he became draft-eligible following a great campaign alongside former first-round pick Caleb Farley.

However, since a 2020 foot injury and subsequent arm injury, Waller has never been able to get back to the form he once showed.

Waller's ball skills are quite impressive, and the Bolts take a flier at the end of the draft banking on Waller getting back to his 2019 form.

With the 255th pick in this LA Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Ben Brown, RG, Ole Miss

With the second-to-last pick in the entire draft, the Chargers take a depth RG in Ole Miss' Ben Brown.

With Oday Aboushi and Scott Quessenberry pending free agents, the IOL depth could look shaky next season.

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LA takes Brown here with the hopes he can be a solid RG backup in the NFL.