2010 NFL Mock Draft: At No. 28, the San Diego Chargers Select…

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

...Terrence Cody, defensive tackle from the Alabama Crimson Tide.
With the release of three-time pro bowl player Jamal Williams, the San Diego Chargers will look to fill the most valuable spot in their 3-4 defensive scheme.
The run-stopping Williams lead the Chargers defensive front and will be tough to replace performing as the Chargers most valuable player on defense for the past few years.
Cody, whom many know as “Mount Cody” because of his large 350 pound frame, is considered the fourth or fifth best DT in the 2010 draft, but he is the best fit for the Chargers.
Presenting identical qualities of Williams, Cody is known for his ability to stuff the run and take on multiple blockers.
Cody is undervalued when compared to other defensive tackles entering the 2010 draft because he provides little as a pass rusher and his range is limited.
The Chargers have had troubles with applying pressure on the quarterback in recent seasons, and Co...

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