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Mock Draft Tracker 7.0: AFC West Edition

In order to serve all Chargers fans, Chargers.com has compiled a list of who some top draft pundits are projecting the Bolts will select with the seventh pick in the draft.

However, while the first six trackers focused on the Chargers, this time we take a look around the AFC West to see who top pundits believe our rivals will select:

DENVER BRONCOS – 20th Overall

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr.:  OT Ryan Ramczyk  – Wisconsin

What he says: "My first offensive tackle goes at No. 20 to Denver, which allowed 40 sacks last season and brought in Menelik Watson to play right tackle. He's not a lock to be an above-average player, though, and the 6-foot-6, 310-pound Ramczyk could compete at both tackle spots. He had hip surgery in January, but it shouldn't affect his availability for training camp."

ESPN's Todd McShay:  OT Garrett Bolles – Utah

What he says: "The most athletic left tackle prospect in this class, Bolles shows very good lateral agility in pass protection. And I love that he plays with an edge. Bolles has a lot of tools to develop, but after adding G Ronald Leary and OT Menelik Watson in free agency, Denver could allow Bolles to grow into a larger role."

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah:  G Forrest Lamp – Western Kentucky

What he says: "I think Lamp is the best offensive lineman in this draft, and he's capable of playing all five positions."

NFL Network's Charley Casserly:  OT Garrett Bolles – Utah

What he says: "A left tackle is a major need for the Broncos, and Bolles is a good fit."

CBS Sports Pete Prisco:  TE OJ Howard – Alabama

What he says: "Why not get a talented tight end to add another dimension to their arsenal of weapons?"

Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo:  TE OJ Howard – Alabama

What he says: "While Ramczyk would have been a great fit, Denver adds a playmaking tight end in Howard who averaged 7.1 yards after the catch per reception over the last three years. He's a solid run-blocker, both in-line and on the move, as he led the nation with an 81.5 run-block grade and he's just scratching the surface on his play-making ability in the pass game where he has the size and speed to win against linebackers and safeties."

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS – 27th Overall

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr.:  QB DeShone Kizer – Notre Dame

What he says: "Quarterback No. 4 in the first round is Kizer, the Notre Dame underclassman who, like Mahomes, is raw and talented. His college coach made news Monday by saying Kizer should have stayed in school another year, and I have said that all along. He needs a year or two behind a veteran in the NFL, and that fits in Kansas City, where Alex Smith is signed through 2018. Remember: Kansas City tried to trade up for Paxton Lynch last year, so we know the Chiefs are thinking about the future. Fifth-round pick Kevin Hogan didn't last long."

ESPN's Todd McShay:  RB Dalvin Cook– Florida State

What he says: "Cook is perfect for Andy Reid's system. He is explosive in the open field and a natural pass-catcher out of the backfield. It wouldn't be a huge surprise to see Cook fall this far, given concerns over his shoulder, character baggage and fumbling issues."

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah:  QB Patrick Mahomes– Texas Tech

What he says: "Alex Smith is a good quarterback but hasn't been quite good enough to lead a team to a championship. This is a little early for Mahomes but he has tremendous upside."

NFL Network's Charley Casserly:  QB Deshaun Watson– Clemson

What he says: "Good landing spot here for Watson. He doesn't have to play right away, and Andy Reid has had success developing quarterbacks."

CBS Sports Pete Prisco:  LB Hasaan Reddick – Temple

What he says: "Their inside linebacker play is a major question and this kid can transition inside and be a force."

Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo:  QB Patrick Mahomes– Texas Tech

What he says: "The Chiefs look to add their quarterback of the future in Mahomes, who brings the most tantalizing tools of all the quarterbacks in the class. He has the arm to create big plays down the field and he has a good feel for making plays outside of the flow of the offense. Mahomes just needs time to develop in an NFL offense, and he can sit behind Alex Smith as he works his way into the mix."

OAKLAND RAIDERS - 24th Overall

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr.:  CB Kevin King– Washington

What he says: "In a great class of cornerbacks, King stands out for his size (6-3, 200), and the 4.43 40 at the combine moved him up my board (No. 4 corner). After taking safety Karl Joseph on Day 1 last year, the Raiders are still trying to improve their secondary. Corner is a gaping hole headed into the draft."

ESPN's Todd McShay:  LB Jarrad Davis – Florida

What he says: "Linebacker is another gaping hole in Oakland. The Raiders need better athletes in the second level. Davis is a Kwon Alexander-type, an explosive linebacker with sideline-to-sideline range in the running game and a relentless motor."

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah:  LB Jarrad Davis – Florida

What he says: "Davis is one of the cleaner players in the draft. He has an ideal blend of size, speed, and instincts."

NFL Network's Charley Casserly:  LB Zach Cunningham– Vanderbilt

What he says: "Cunningham is an instinctive, athletic linebacker who can play all three downs."

CBS Sports Pete Prisco:  CB Tre'Davious White– LSU

What he says: "They need to get Sean Smith some help on the other side. White is a talented player who just needs more consistency."

Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo:  RB Leonard Fournette – LSU

What he says: "Perhaps a surprising drop for Fournette, but given the questions about his ability to affect the game on passing downs, this may be a better representation of his value. He goes to a perfect situation in Oakland where he fits into their downhill run game behind one of the league's best offensive lines, and if he can regain his 2015 form when he led the nation with 83 forced missed tackles, this becomes one of the steals of the draft.

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