San Diego has four cornerbacks who will surely be making the team: Quentin Jammer, Antoine Cason, Marcus Gilchrist and Shareece Wright.
Injuries have been opening up opportunities for the former USC Trojan Shareece Wright. Cason and Gilchrist have missed multiple practices in camp, giving Wright reps with the first team.
Cornerback is one position that the Chargers need help at. Jammer, earlier in his career, was one of the most consistent players not only in San Diego, but the entire NFL as well. Age took over.
Antoine Cason became a starting cornerback for the Chargers the year Antonio Cromartie left for the Jets. Cason seemed to always be underappreciated during Cromartie's prime years, and when he got his chance to show his talent, he did. Unfortunately, Cason fell apart last season. He'll need to bounce back in a big way this year.
Marcus Gilchrist is still young, so everyone should stop worrying so much about him.
Then comes Shareece Wright. With the first-team reps he's been getting in camp this year, Wright has been on the money. He's making the most of every opportunity he's been getting.
The Chargers knew he had talent when they took him out of USC in the third round of the 2011 NFL draft. He needs to work on his hands and making interception, but one thing he does do very well is tackle.
Look for Shareece Wright, if the opportunites are given to him, to have a breakout season.