Given his 15th-round ADP and a favorable quarterback situation, he’s likely to outproduce the draft capital required to get him. He’s still athletic and posted low-end TE1 numbers in the 11 games that Drew Brees was healthy last season. Outside of maybe Austin Ekeler, the Chargers don’t have a clear No. 2 option in the passing offense (Mike Williams?) and Hunter Henry garnered 93 targets in 14 games last season. Most of that work could go straight to Cook.