Branden Oliver could be in a competition with Kenneth Farrow, Andre Williams and Kenjon Barner to be the No. 2 running back for the Chargers behind Melvin Gordon. That is if no one is added prior to training camp to compete for the job. Oliver is coming back from a torn Achilles suffered in a preseason game last year, so he has to prove he's back to 100 percent. In 2015, Oliver appeared in eight games for the Chargers and had 31 carries for 108 yards and 13 catches for 112 yards. He would only have minimal Fantasy value in deeper leagues as a handcuff to Gordon. Keep an eye on who wins the No. 2 running back job in Los Angeles before deciding if Oliver should be drafted or not.