Chargers have had virtual meeting with Boise State’s Avery Williams

Gavino Borquez
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After finishing dead last in special teams, the Chargers will be doing whatever it takes to make a quick turnaround.

Los Angeles is looking to this year’s draft to bring in players to help in that department.

According to The Draft Network’s Justin Melo, L.A. has met virtually with former Boise State cornerback Avery Williams.

Named the Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Year and a first-teamer for the conference in 2019, Williams amassed nine career touchdowns off returns and 1,990 career return yards.

Along with his outstanding return numbers, Williams was incredible on the other side of the ball, finishing with three blocked punts, a blocked field goal, a blocked point after attempt and a forced fumble on a kickoff.

Special teams competency is one of the top priorities for the Bolts this offseason and Williams would be a huge get.