By Gavino Borquez
Chargers general manager Tom Telesco is entering his seventh draft with the team since taking over in 2013. It’s safe to say that he’s fared well in each one of them even though he’s had some misses.
With the anticipation continuing to build heading into the 2019 NFL draft and many wondering who he will select, we decided to look back on all of his first-round selections, ranking them from the worst to the best.
Fluker was Telesco’s first selection, and his career got off to a solid start. He played right tackle in 2013 for 15 games, earning a spot on the NFL’s All-Rookie Team.
However, things took a turn for the worse in his second season. While Fluker played every game in 2014, his production sharply declined, so the Chargers decided to move him inside to right guard.
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That plan didn’t go well either, as Fluker struggled at the position for two consecutive seasons. The Bolts finished with the 31st-ranked offensive line in 2016, surrendering 36...