Share PhotoJerry Attaochu made sure at the Senior Bowl in January that he Wholesale Handbags was on the Chargers' radar.Jerry Attaochu wanted to be a Charger.He could have crossed his fingers or dropped change into a wishing well. He could have accepted the unpredictable nature to the draft and let be what be.Nah. No, thanks. On Saturday, he arrived in San Diego and was introduced alongside the team's third round pick, guard Chris Watt, in a media conference. This is the destination for which Attaochu had hoped.The 21 year old participated in the Senior Bowl in January.The All Star game is actually a week long event in which the practices are the highlight for coaches and scouts, who all descend onto Mobile. One day, a practice ended. Scouts and reporters walked onto the field. (Usually, they're the ones who approach players to initiate a conversation.)Attaochu, pronounced Ah tao choo, spotted a scout in a Chargers hat, approached him, and made his desire clear."I was like, 'What's up?'" Attaochu said. "I wanted to get their attention. I didn't have a planned, formal interview with them. I just walked up and said, 'Let's talk. Are you guys scouting me? What's up?' It was a great conversation, and I think I showed how much I cared about being there."A lot of guys go back to their (hotel) room. I stayed there and inquired."Ultimately, Attaochu is here in San Diego for other reasons.The Chargers are excited about his upside and confident that, behind a pair of veterans like Dwight Freeney and Jarret Johnson, he is in the right place to reach it. He carries a good attitude, willing to learn and displaying an earnest enjoyment for the game.Attaochu said he wanted to play for San Diego because he saw the team once on television, deciding then he'd enjoy Wholesale Cheap Sunglasses San Diego. It was the same organic tie he felt watching Georgia Tech defeat Miami on television years before committing.The Nigeria native could control what college he attended.Friday's second round was out of his hands.General Manager Tom Telesco made the call, informing him San Diego traded up and would be drafting him at pick No. 50. Attaochu was relieved; he'd been hoping to go unpicked until the Chargers' original No. 57 selection and had doubts whether he would last.