Just hours after the Chargers made their last selection in the draft, agreements were reached with 17 undrafted free agents. That list includes the following players.
D.J. Adams, RB, Portland State
Adams is a 5'10", 210-pound running back with 23 touchdowns and over 2,500 rushing yards the past two seasons at Portland State.
Torrence Allen, WR, West Texas A&M
Allen was West Texas A&M's leading receiver a year ago with 123 receptions and over 1,600 yards receiving.
Tenny Palepoi, DT, Utah
The team captain in 2013, Palepoi had 53 tackles and 9.5 tackles for loss.
Alden Darby, S, Arizona State
The two-year starter for the Sun Devils had 10 career interceptions and 217 tackles.
Colton Underwood, OLB, Illinois State
Underwood is a 6'3", 254-pound tweener with 44 career tackles for loss and 21.5 sacks at Illinois State.
Brelan Chancellor, WR/KR, North Texas
The 2013 Conference USA Player of the Year was also one of 10 players in the nation to return a kickoff and a punt for a touchdown.
Chris Davis, CB/KR, Auburn
Davis had the third-ranked punt return average in the nation last season (18.7 yards) and had 74 tackles. He led Auburn to a miraculous victory in the Iron Bowl with his 100-plus return on a missed field goal.
Greg Ducre, CB, Washington
Ducre earned MVP honors at the College All-Star Bowl with a 30-yard interception return. He also had 44 tackles and two interceptions in 13 games played last season.
Ian White, OT/G, Boston College
An experienced starter at both tackle spots for Boston College, White can play inside if needed.
Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe, DT, Boise State
The 6'3", 300-pound defensive tackle from the Netherlands has only a few years of American football under his belt. He had 37 tackles and 4.5 tackles for loss last season for the Broncos.
Michael Flacco, TE, New Haven
The natural athlete who played minor league baseball before transitioning back to football as a 26-year-old is also the younger brother of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.
Chase Tenpenny, P, Nevada
Tenpenny had the fourth-best punting average in school history during the 2012 season (43.3 yards) and was named Second-Team All-Mountain West.
Jeremiah Sirles, OT, Nebraska
The 6'6", 310-pound offensive line prospect played both tackle spots during the 2013 season. He started 41 of 53 games for the Cornhuskers.
Alvin Scioneaux, OLB, Wofford
Scioneaux had 41.5 career tackles for loss with 17 sacks his last three seasons at Wofford. He's undersized at 6'2", 225 pounds but very quick off the edge.
D.J. Johnson, OT/G, New Mexico
The 6'4", 308-pound tackle had 29 consecutive starts at New Mexico. He has some experience at guard. His size suits the interior.
Javontee Herndon, WR, Arkansas
Herdon had only 31 catches for 437 yards and four touchdowns as Arkansas' leading receiver. The run-dominated SEC didn't allow his game to shine.
Micah Hatfield, WR, Oregon State
Hatfield is another speedster who shared the field with first-round draft choice Brandin Cooks. He's injury-prone but a possible developmental project.