Levon Satamian | April 28th, 2019
The Los Angeles Chargers had a very successful draft. In the first round, the Chargers drafted defensive tackle from Notre Dame, Jerry Tillery, 28th overall. In the second round, they drafted a safety from Delaware, Nasir Adderley, 60th overall. In the third round, they drafted offensive lineman from Sioux Falls, Trey Pipkins, 90th overall. In the fourth round, they drafted a linebacker from Notre Dame, Drue Tranquill, 130th overall. In the fifth round, they drafted the quarterback out of North Dakota State, Easton Stick, 166th overall. In the sixth round, they drafted another linebacker, this time from the University of Houston, Emeke Egbule, 200th overall. In the seventh round, they drafted another defensive lineman, from University of Cincinnati, Cortez Broughton, 242nd overall.