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Daniel Jeremiah's Top Available Players on Day 3


The Bolts loaded up on talent Friday evening by taking Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey in the second round (No. 34 overall) and Michigan linebacker Junior Colson in the third round (No. 69 overall) in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Now comes Day 3, where the Bolts are scheduled to have six picks in Rounds 4 through 7. The draft continues Saturday at 9 a.m. (PT).

Chargers General Manager Joe Hortiz explained how the Bolts will manage the quick turnaround.

"We'll get in there, scouts, find out who they really have that passion for," Hortiz said. "I already know most of those answers, our scouts have done a phenomenal job throughout the entire process just being open, being honest, voicing their opinions, showing their passion, the players they love and bringing all the information to the table.

"We're going to talk through it again tonight and really just set the board up to attack tomorrow with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind," Hortiz continued. "It's a fun process because you really look at what's left on the board and everyone's board across the league has guys sticking out like a sore thumb. Probably all the boards have half their guys on the board up there.

"What you want to do as scouts and player personnel and coaches, we want to find the guys that we have convictions about at all levels and that's what we're going to do," Hortiz added. "Talk through it, talk through it tonight, talk through it tomorrow, talk through it during the draft as it's going."

All news, analysis and information can be found at the Chargers Draft Hub.

Here are NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah's top players remaining for Day 3:

Christian Jones, Texas OT (ranked 55th overall)


Brandon Dorlus, Oregon DT (ranked 65th overall)

Tanner McLachlan, Arizona TE (ranked 68th overall)

Ja'Tavion Sanders, Texas TE (ranked 70th overall)

Mohamed Kamara, Colorado State Edge (ranked 71st overall)

Kris Abrams-Draine, Missouri CB (ranked 72nd overall)

Cedric Gray, North Carolina LB (ranked 75th overall)

Troy Franklin, Oregon WR (ranked 76th overall)

Jaden Hicks, Washington State S (ranked 78th overall)

Ray Davis, Kentucky RB (ranked 81st overall)

Theo Johnson, Penn State TE (ranked 82nd overall)

Jared Wiley, TCU TE (ranked 83rd overall)


T.J. Tampa, Iowa State CB (ranked 85th overall)

Spencer Rattler, South Carolina QB (ranked 89th overall)

Will Shipley, Clemson RB (ranked 92nd overall)

Devontez Walker, North Carolina WR (ranked 93rd overall)

Malik Washington, Virginia WR (ranked 95th overall)


Jaylen Wright, Tennessee RB (ranked 95th overall)

Dominique Hampton, Washington S (ranked 97th overall)

Mason McCormick, South Dakota State OL (ranked 101st overall)

Sedric Van Pran-Granger, Georgia OL (ranked 102nd overall)

Jarvis Brownlee, Jr., Louisville CB (ranked 103rd overall)

Bucky Irving, Oregon RB (ranked 105th overall)

Nehemiah Pritchett, Auburn CB (ranked 106th overall)

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