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The San Diego Chargers added a group of undrafted free-agents including 20 players who fell through holes of this year's Madden NFL 23 Draft joining the squad in hopes of being on the roster.
The position at which the Chargers have the most prospects is defensive back, adding four prospects: Marcus Cromartie, a speedster who completed at a 4.35 40 during Wisconsin's pro day and Purdue's Josh Johnson, Central Michigan's Jaheel Addae and Wake Forest's Kenny Okoro.
But the nose tackle is the position where it is where the Chargers will most likely find a player who can stay. With only one player Cam Thomas, listed as a defensive lineman on the roster, San Diego is strapped with run-stopping players who could take over the middle of their 3-4 defense. They picked up two players who can provide depth or even battling for the starting position in the same position.
The most well-known player is the Georgian Kwame Geathers, a 6-foot-5 342-pounder who was concealed behind John Jenkins in college and surprised many by coming out one year earlier. However, he's got incredible size and Madden NFL 23 lineage. Robert, his brother Robert was in Madden NFL 23 team for quite a long time. The team also includes Byron Jerideau from South Carolina which is smaller at just 6'1 and 316 pounds, but he compensates for the diminution in size by his power. He is able to bench 500 pounds and squatting up to 670.
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