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Draft Debate: Who’s Primed to Step Up?


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There is a reason most league insiders believe it takes three years to properly evaluate a draft class: young players, especially those from smaller schools like Texas State and North Dakota State, take time to develop.

Bolts backers can only hope a lot of development takes place inside the walls of Chargers Park this offseason, because last year’s draft class made a maddeningly minimal impact in 2015. Outside of stud ILB Denzel Perryman, no draftee established himself as a core player … not yet, anyway.

That leads us to today’s debate question: Which 2015 draftee is ready to take the next step in 2016?

Enjoy the arguments that follow and let us know which 2015 draftee you’re most excited about by sounding off in our Fan Forums or on our Facebook page.

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About Michael Lombardo

Michael Lombardo has covered the San Diego Chargers since 2003. He spent 12 years covering the team for and has been published by the NFL Network, Fox Sports, Football Insiders and MySpace Sports.

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