Schilling (6-5, 308) is a rookie offensive tackle.
A two-time honorable mention All-Big Ten choice out of Michigan, Schilling became the second Wolverine selected by the Chargers during the 2011 NFL Draft, joining linebacker and second-round draft pick Jonas Mouton.
Schilling was a four-year starter who played both right tackle and left guard, and he was a three-time winner of the Hugh R. Rader Jr. Memorial Award as the University of Michigan’s top offensive lineman. Schilling redshirted as a true freshman in 2006 and then went on to start 49 games over the next four seasons.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: Sixth-round pick (201), April 30, 2011...signed four-year contract, July 28.
COLLEGE: Honorable mention All-Big Ten by media and coaches as junior and senior...elected team captain as senior...started frosh and soph years at RT and junior andsenior seasons at LG...co-winner of team’s Sophomore Award for toughness and strong work ethic on field and in locker room...second-team frosh All-America by Sporting News and third-team by CollegeFootballNews.com in 2007...also frosh All-Big Ten by TSN...redshirted in 2006...played at Michigan from 2006-10...general studies major.
PERSONAL: Born in Bellevue, Washington...Parade Magazine All-America at Bellevue HS...competed in U.S. Army All-American Bowl...first-team all-state as junior and senior...two-year varsity BKB starter as F.