Stacked Against The Pick:
Quantity over Quality seems to be the motto for the Chargers at wide out. They have studs at the top of the depth chart in Malcom Floyd, and Danorio Alexander, then followed by the average run of the mill players in Eddie Royal, Robert Meachem, and Micheal Spurlock. They put together a decent receiving core in San Diego, nothing special, but with Rivers at the helm, they don’t need to be special.
With all that being said, they certainly don’t need to add any receivers via the draft, but I can see the front office saying …
The Perfect Storm:
… “Oh, what the hell, let’s give Rivers one more to throw to!!”. Enough said. They won’t add one early, and the talent at the end of the draft would just be equal to the players they already have on their roster, not worth the pick.
Likelihood He Gets Drafted By The Chargers:
D (Just because nothing is impossible, but I really don’t think he ends up their. The Chargers are set at wide out, and it wouldn’t be worth adding a receiver at the end of the draft, when they already have equal talent on their roster).