The NFL announced Tuesday that 23 prospects are confirmed to attend the 2019 Draft in Nashville, Tennessee.
The group is headlined by three quarterbacks, including Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray from Oklahoma. Quarterbacks Daniel Jones (Duke) and Drew Lock (Missouri) will also be in attendance in hopes that their names are called on Thursday, April 25.
Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa – brother of Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa – also plans to walk the red carpet in Nashville. The younger Bosa is widely expected to be a top-five selection this year. Other notable names include defensive tackles Quinnen Williams (Alabama) and Ed Oliver (Houston), linebackers Devin White (LSU) and Devin Bush (Michigan), and wide receivers Marquise Brown (Oklahoma) and D.K. Metcalf (Mississippi).
Last year, Chargers first-round selection Derwin James attended the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Chiefs sign former Chargers edge rusher
The Kansas City Chiefs signed former Chargers edge rusher Jeremiah Attaochu, the team announced on Wednesday.
Attaochu, 26, was a second-round selection of the Chargers in 2014. In 38 games with the team, he made 13 starts and totaled 75 tackles and 10 sacks. Attaochu appeared in 11 games last season with the New York Jets.
The Chiefs will enter the 2019 season without two of their top-three pass rushers from 2018. Long-time outside linebacker Justin Houston was released in March after eight seasons. His counterpart Dee Ford was traded to the San Francisco 49ers in the same month. Together, they combined for 21 sacks in 2018.