Lane Johnson, a logical Chargers target on April 25 during the draft's first round.
At 6-foot-6 and 310 pounds, Johnson has impressed in every phase of the pre-draft process.
The ex-junior college quarterback followed up a strong Senior Bowl with the kind of measurables at the NFL Combine that hint to a high-upside development yet to come. While Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher are often discussed as the top tackles in the draft, there has been a growing sentiment among draft analysts that Johnson, coming off only two college seasons at tackle and one at left, could develop into the best pro of the three. (San Diego Union-Tribune)
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