But it was the less-than-familiar faces who deserve the props. Undrafted rookie WR Greg Carr got in on the fun never missing a beat on receiving drills, a note that couldn't be said for Legedu Naanee, who had an untimely drop. Naanee later made up for his misstep, as he scored a touchdown on an 11v11 short scrimmage.
WR Buster Davis
FB Jacob Hester seems to be sitting pretty atop the depth chart, but the Chargers defense made him work on Wednesday. During the full-team drills, he was easily kept out of the end zone on a short-yardage situation.
WR Buster Davis showed no issues with going yard on kick returns. He burned the coverage team and raced to the end zone. Antonio Cromartie followed suit immediately after.
Another player who easily beat his opposition was LB Shawne Merriman. He took candy from OT Marcus McNeill on nearly every matchup.
Antwan Applewhite joined Merriman in his ability to stuff his offensive counterparts. Applewhite cut off RB Michael Bennett's feet on runs, compiled back-to-back stops and more.
--TE Brandon Manumaleuna had a nice 9-yard reception during the 11v11 drill.
-- DE Andre Coleman held up the sideline walking around in a walking cast.
--OLB Eric Bakhtiari found himself in the correct position to make tackles, if the drills were more than touch-football.
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