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Rookie mini-camp tryouts invitees

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Joy Division, May 12, 2014.

  1. Joy Division

    Joy Division Slightly-known Member

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    Anybody know anything about any of these guys? Strictly camp fodder or do any of them
    stand a chance of surprising? I've only heard of the QB from Mich St. and the Owasu kid because of his brother. Mostly what I heard was about how much they sucked. Any thoughts?

    The San Diego Chargers have invited 10 players to participate in rookie mini-camp on a try-out basis:

    Gustave Benthin DL Western Oregon

    Randy Greenwood DS John Carroll

    Vaness Harris LB San Diego St.

    Andrew Maxwell QB Michigan St

    Blake Oliaro LB Univ of San Diego

    Brian Owusu DC Harvard

    Devin Smith OL Purdue

    Craig Watts OL West Texas A&M

    Khalil Wilkes OC Stanford

    Malcolm Willis DS Penn St
     
  2. Blue Bolt

    Blue Bolt Persona Non Grata

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    Mini camp dates......

    San Diego Chargers: May 16-18.
     
  3. Fossil

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    Brian Owusu DC Harvard? Defensive Center? If he makes the team at that position he'll #1 on the depth chart.
     
  4. Joy Division

    Joy Division Slightly-known Member

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    I think the DC stands for Defensive Coordinator.
    The Chargers' new draft strategy opens up competition for coaching spots as well.
    Sheer brilliance by Telesco.
     

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