The top prospect on Oregon State's roster is an underclassman, DT Stephen Paea. He's a player who could make sense for the Chargers, given the team's glaring needs on the defensive line.
Here is what Steuber had to say about Paea:
"A former JUCO transfer from Snow JC, the 6-foot-1, 288-pound Paea made an immediate impact last season for the Beavers. He had 41 tackles, 11 for a loss, and five sacks in his first year of action at the Division I level. Born in Tonga where he grew up playing rugby, Paea, who moved to the U.S. at the age of 16, didn't start playing football until his senior year in high school. Being short in stature and relying on his strength and leverage, Paea is still developing his technique and learning to make adjustments. Only a redshirt junior, Paea is an intriguing prospect and one that scouts are excited about."As for Arizona, that his a program the Chargers are very familiar with after spending their 2008 first-round pick on Wildcat CB Antoine Cason.
According to Steuber, Arizona's top prospects this year are as follows: