U-T NFL Mock Draft 2013: Chargers land two tackles, cornerback in first three rounds 11) San Diego (7-9) — Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M, Jr. The Chargers should take at least two offensive lineman in the first four rounds. A cornerback and running back wouldn't be a bad idea with the other two picks. Everyone's talent and durability on the current offensive line has to be questioned at this point. There's no way, under any circumstances, they can enter the 2013 season with any combination of Jared Gaither, Jeromey Clary or Mike Harris as starting tackles. There's no better place to start than the son of Hall of Famer Bruce Matthews. He played strong-side for the Aggies because of Joeckel's immense talent, but like his father, he can play virtually anywhere. He's a natural left tackle and it's a testament to his all-around ability he was able to master the right side after deferring to Joeckel. It's a close call between he and Lewan, but his versatility makes the difference because they need more than one lineman to improve. All true NFL fans should know not to doubt the Matthews bloodline. Top needs: OL, CB, RB. 45) San Diego (7-9) — Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington, Sr. Trufant is a super athlete who excels in man coverage. He has the ability to be a lock-down corner in the NFL. He can press big wide receivers successfully or he can run with speedy receivers down the field. He seems to relish being out on that island, which is a good sign. You can't knock his bloodline either. His older brothers Marcus and Isaiah are both in the NFL. Marcus was a star at Washington State before enjoying a long career with the Seahawks, while Isaiah played at Eastern Washington and is now with the New York Jets. 74) San Diego (7-9) — Brennan Williams, North Carolina, T, Sr. A healthy Williams would be a steal here. NFLDraftScout.com ranked him No. 2 among senior offensive tackles and the 38th prospect overall before he tore his labrum in his left shoulder against Duke in October. At 6-7, 310 pounds, Williams has surprisingly light feet with the length and frame to start on the right side in the NFL. Normally the recovery time from labrum surgery is anywhere from two-to-six months. Other possibilities include Oklahoma State running back Joseph Randle or even Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray. Philip Rivers contract expires after the 2014 season. The 6-foot-6 Bray and his laser rocket arm would give the Chargers an option if things don't improve by then. Plus, a couple of years should be enough time to improve his questionable accuracy and decision making.