Los Angeles Chargers GM Challenges WR: ‘It’s Up To Quentin What He Becomes’

Los Angeles Chargers GM Challenges WR: ‘It’s Up To Quentin What He Becomes’

Los Angeles Chargers customary manager Joe Hortiz joined Kay Adams on her exhibit Up and Adams on Tuesday morning. Wide receivers have been a hot topic round the group considering the fact that they launched Mike Williams and traded Keenan Allen. The dialog reached its fever pitch after they surpassed on Malik Nabers early in the first round, but then selected three in the draft along with Ladd McConkey with the thirty fourth pick.

Lost in the shuffle of these debates, is what the new regime plans are for the Chargers 2023 first-round pick, Quentin Johnston. Johnston’s rookie campaign used to be marred by way of rookie mistakes and terrible drops.

Adams accompanied up on that reply to make clear where Johnston matches in the new pecking order of the Charger WR room.

“Is Quentin vast receiver one?” Adams asked. Hortiz gave a more grounded and practical answer to her follow-up.

“It’s up to Quentin what he becomes. We’re gonna we’re gonna push him and work with him and strengthen him however I’m not going to anoint Quentin as anything. Quentin’s gonna enhance and show what he is to the league and to anybody out there, but I trust his work ethic and his talent, he’s acquired a high ceiling for sure.”

Quinten was a participant that we liked in Baltimore as well ultimate year. A player that I preferred and the one issue you look at him when he used to be coming out of college he was once an elite-size-speed athlete. You noticed some rawness to his recreation but you additionally noticed the ability for as big as he is, he’s six-three, I think, and 220 pounds, you watch him drop his weight, come in, get in and out of breaks, come to balance at the top of the route and get out quickly. He can do some uncommon matters for a player his size. Jim was on the other sideline in one of [Johnston’s] better games.” 

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