The Chargers, who hold the No. 3 pick in the draft, visited with former Mississippi offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil today, per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Tunsil, a three-year starter at Ole Miss, is expected to get off the board early, with some draftniks projecting him to be the first player taken. He has a visit scheduled with the Titans -- who hold the first overall pick -- later this week.
Though the Chargers could use depth at the left tackle position, they still have King Dunlap, who restructured his deal this past offseason. Dunlap has questions surrounding his health and ability to stay on the field, but, should Tunsil still be on the board at No. 3, it could be that the Chargers decide take a defensive player over an offensive one. On defense, they have a number of immediate needs, including safety and defensive line, which could mean Myles Jack, Jalen Ramsey or Joey Bosa could be selected by Chargers general manager Tom Telesco.
Round One of the 2016 draft kicks off Thursday, April 28, at 5 p.m. ET.