Full 7-round Chargers mock draft with the Bolts trading down for a guard

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Isaac Taylor-Stuart
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With the 236th pick in this Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Isaac Taylor-Stuart, CB, USC

When it comes to late-round cornerbacks, Isaac Taylor-Stuart is perhaps my favorite. Taylor-Stuart is far from a finished product and an NFL team is going to need to get its hands on him to properly develop him into someone who can cover an NFL receiver.

That being said, Taylor-Stuart has physical traits that cannot be taught with true CB1 size and elite speed, similar to Michael Davis. If Staley can get his hands on the USC corner and round out his game then he could become a fantastic rotational perimeter corner, especially in press-man situations.

With the 255th pick in this Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Darien Butler, LB, Arizona State

The Bolts add another linebacker to the roster to compete for a depth spot and at the very least are hoping they can get someone who can contribute on special teams. Butler is the kind of linebacker that Brandon Staley likes as he is good in man coverage and could theoretically become a coverage linebacker on third down in the future.

With a high football IQ, Butler has the makings to be a special teams contributor right away but he would have to earn his looks on the Bolts.

With the 260th pick in this Chargers mock draft, the Bolts select Jean Delance, OL, Florida

A versatile offensive lineman from Florida, the Chargers have shown interest in Jean Delance during the build-up to the 2022 NFL Draft. However, that does not mean that the Chargers are going to draft someone who is projected to be undrafted higher up in the draft. Just because the Bolts met with him does not mean they will reach for him.

However, there does seem to be some interest there so with the team's last pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, they get offensive line depth.