The San Diego Chargers have selected Steve Schilling, OG from Michigan with the 201st overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft.
STEVE SCHILLING PROFILE
Schilling is a hard-working, experience guard prospect who can initially serve as a reliable backup and could potentially become a starter with some improvements to his run blocking. At this point, he plays a bit high, doesn't get much push but also isn't a pure zone blocker. Could become more productive with some added bulk and has the frame for it. Very complete pass protector who can deal with the bull rush, slide his feet some, has hands that never stop moving and can pickup blitzers. Despite some of his limitations, Schilling carries a mid-round grade and could have a bright future.
STEVE SCHILLING HIGHLIGHTS
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Labels: NFL Draft 2011
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