San Diego landed the best non-speed back in the draft in Ryan Mathews as well as a very high value pick by waiting for the fifth round to secure Cam Thomas.
Stuckey and Butler could easily work their way into the starting lineup before season's end, while Crompton and Epps fill out depth in areas that needed it.
San Diego made the most of only securing six players by making sure that there were no reaches and that all were considered good value.
The multiple trades to move up could be questioned. However, addressing that is impossible because one can never know just where a player would have dropped to, but it does have to be given some consideration.
A few positions that could have used an additional name (developmental corner, third wideout, successor to Boone at DE depth) also should be considered. Especially when a Jevan Snead could have been brought on undrafted, and that later fifth gone to fill an opening that has a better chance of seeing the field.
San Diego definitely came away much better after this weekend, but there are enough nitpicks to keep it out of A territory.