For those interested in the ultimate talking heads opinion of our draft. http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft10/insider/news/story?id=5080622 San Diego Chargers Top needs: NT, RB, RT, CB, WR First round (28): RB Ryan Mathews Second round (40): DT Cam Thomas Third round (91): WR Carlton Mitchell Fourth round (126): S Reshad Jones Summary: Early in the draft process, Mathews was considered a physical, between-the-tackles runner. Then he ran in the low- to mid-4.4 range, and you looked at his tape and saw him breaking tackles ... and then running away from everybody. In other words, he's the perfect complement to Darren Sproles in the Chargers' offense. He can carry the load and provide some explosiveness but also give way when the team utilizes Sproles. Thomas is a guy who can work along the interior in the 3-4, which is why he goes here and a guy like Brian Price doesn't. The Chargers also address depth needs at WR with Mitchell and Jones in the secondary.