2011 NFL Draft Results: The San Diego Chargers Take Corey Liuget, Another WR
The Chargers Add A Lot Of Depth In 2011 NFL Draft
The San Diego Chargers started their weekend by grabbing a great defensive line prospect in Corey Liuget.
Liuget gets high marks for talent, but some scouts think his talents would be better-suited in a different defensive scheme. That is something only Liuget can answer through his play.
I never subscribed to the "system" analogy of evaluating a player because good players can adapt to any system they play in. While a lot of players do benefit from playing in a certain system, the guys taken in the first two rounds should be very flexible due to pure talent.
This is not always true, but it is a philosophy teams should be trying to apply with the upper-round draft picks.
Marcus Gilchrist looks like a solid pick as well and should be able to contribute his rookie season.
General Manager A.J. Smith is under heat to give Norv Turner good players after the team's last few drafts underwhelmed.
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