I know for myself, I really enjoy reading everyone's draft summaries, so I thought this would be a much easier way to read that content rather than skimming through threads looking for them. And now, the Los Angeles Chargers summary: Round 1 - Pick 6 - #6 overall Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon --- (correct pick: LA Chargers Round 1 - Pick 6 - #6 overall) 99% of mock drafts showed this as LA’s first pick…no surprise here. Round 2 - Pick 5 - #37 overall Josh Jones, OT, Houston --- (drafted by Arizona - Round 3 - Pick 8 - #72 overall) After securing the next Chargers franchise QB, they were able to still get a solid Left Tackle to take care of Herbert. (really surprised he lasted until #72 in the actual draft)!!! Round 3 - Pick 7 - #71 overall Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia --- (drafted by NY Jets – Round 5 - Pick 12 - #158 overall) In round 3, the Chargers shifted their focus to the defense. With hoping to re-sign Bosa and Ingram, there is no choice but to go younger & cheaper at other positions. Round 4 - Pick 6 - #112 overall Bryan Edwards - WR, South Carolina --- (drafted by Las Vegas – Round 5 - Pick 17 - #81 overall) Living close to where Edwards grew up and watching him at South Carolina, I know what he’s capable of. At this point of the draft, he was an absolute steal for me in my opinion. On a side note, he was actually was drafted by the Raiders. As I said, this kid played high school ball just down the road from where I live, then went to my TSF namesake of the REAL USC He’s an absolute beast. Battled some injuries at South Carolina, but is now healthy. He is definitely another high character kid that Gruden and Mayock are looking for. He now becomes a teammate of Hunter Renfrow, who went to my high school alma mater in Myrtle Beach, SC. They grew up about 10 miles apart, so I’m sure they’ll find a quick bond being from this area while being 2,000 miles away from home in sunny Las Vegas. (lucky bastards…lol) Round 5 - Pick 5 - #151 overall Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri --- (drafted by Cleveland – Round 3 - Pick 24 - #88 overall) Shifted focus back over to the defense again, finding a very solid DT who was actually drafted in the 3rd round by Cleveland. He would’ve been a really solid piece to have in rotation on the defensive line. Now the Steelers will face him twice a year with Cleveland. Until next year...cheers!