The San Diego Chargers drafted D.J. Fluker, Manti Te'o and Keenan Allen with their top three picks last year—all three of whom developed into starters in their rookie seasons.
In this year's loaded draft class, San Diego is primed to add three more starters with its top three picks.
As each round plays out, there will be a number of best- and worst-case scenarios facing San Diego. If player A is gone, will they settle for player B? Can they wait for player B to fall or is he worth reaching for? It's the strategic portion of the draft that Chargers general manager Tom Telesco and his staff will have to work through as soon as the clock starts.
Here are the best-case and worst-case scenarios for the Chargers with their top three picks.