Chargers joined Dan Feeney in the third round of the NFL draft in 2017

The Los Angeles Chargers couldn’t believe was still on the board last night when the first round came to an end.

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After sweating out five picks before they were on the clock, the Bolts couldn’t get on the phone fast enough to select the Western Kentucky offensive lineman with the 38th overall pick. Stay tuned for more about Lamp throughout the night, including an exclusive first interview with the newest Charger, initial reaction from General Manager Tom Telesco and Head Coach Anthony Lynn, film breakdown and more.

It’s easy to see why Forrest Lamp is one of the hottest names in scouting circles leading up to the NFL Draft. The offensive lineman possesses the traits teams covet at the position, namely toughness, athleticism and power. Lamp also plays with a nasty mean streak for an added edge, and gives the opposition fits once he gets his hands locked in. As a result, many top pundits compare him to Dallas Cowboys’ Pro Bowler Zach Martin.

A four-year starter and two-time team captain with the Hilltoppers, some may question the caliber of his opponents during his college career. To that, draft experts say simply put on his tape from last year against Alabama, where he more than held his own against some of the nation’s top edge rushers. While Lamp played tackle in college, where he was a two-time first-team Conference USA pick and third-team All-American, most expect him to kick inside at the next level.

Those are traits that aren’t always easy to come across. However, the Chargers just added a pair who boast those qualities in droves.

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The Bolts nabbed a pair of physical offensive linemen on the second day of the draft, selecting Western Kentucky’s Forrest Lamp in the second round and Indiana’s in the third. Slauson, for one, couldn’t be happier with the decisions.
“I think they were both great picks. From everything I hear, both guys are smart and tough. I’m really excited about the opportunity of having them mix it up in there with us.”

Dan Feeney is projected to be the second straight Indiana offensive lineman drafted early in the NFL Draft. In fact, many thought he would have been off the board early last season alongside teammate Jason Spriggs, who was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the second round.Nike Chargers #39 Danny Woodhead Electric Blue Men's Stitched NFL Limited Rush Jersey

When the Los Angeles Chargers  jersey cheap added Dan Feeney in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, they bolstered their offensive line with a smart, tough and nasty guard out of Indiana.
Rewind to 14 years ago and a Hoosier with gritty, similar qualities made the Chargers as an undrafted rookie free agent: Kris Dielman.
Like all Chargers fan, Feeney knows who Dielman is and is ecstatic about following in his highly decorated footsteps.

Shortly after being selected 71st overall in the third round, we spoke with Indiana guard Dan Feeney to get the lowdown on joining the Bolts.

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Those are traits that aren’t always easy to come across. However, the Chargers just added a pair who boast those qualities in droves.
The Bolts nabbed a pair of physical offensive linemen on the second day of the draft, selecting Western Kentucky’s Forrest Lamp in the second round and Indiana’s Dan Feeney in the third. Slauson, for one, couldn’t be happier with the decisions.
“I think they were both great picks. From everything I hear, both guys are smart and tough. I’m really excited about the opportunity of having them mix it up in there with us.”
He also knows he’ll have to play a significant role in getting the pair of rookies up to speed. However, he’s eager to get started right away, seeing the value they can bring from day one as he looks to change the culture up front.

A road grader in the run game, Feeney helped future NFL stars Tevin Coleman and Jordan Howard achieve success while at Indiana. His quickness off the blocks also helps him succeed in pass protection.

A two-time team captain and four-year starter for the Hoosiers, Feeney won accolades each year in Bloomington. After being named a third-team All-American and first-team All-Big Ten pick purely as a guard his junior year, he saw time at right tackle in 2016. His play earned him first-team All-American honors and second straight selection to the All-Big Ten team.