With the last selection in the 2003 NFL Draft, the San Diego Chargers selected Andrew Pinnock out of South Carolina.
A big, strong back he was the feature runner for the Gamecocks. In the NFL he will be used as a backup fullback and likely a short yardage runner, something that Chargers were missing last season.
"He has the flexibility to play both, which is why he was so intriguing," said Smith. "He's a big guy and very athletic, so he's not just locked into playing fullback. He can go back and forth, which is why we pulled the trigger."
Pinnock was a three year starter used at both fullback and halfback. Totaled 124 carries for 563 yards with 5 scores as a senior, catching 16 passes for 106 yards. Team's leading ground gainer as a junior with 115/622/12.
Is a chronic fumbler from lack of focus which put him in the doghouse at South Carolina.
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