Kansas City Chiefs Mock Draft: Full 7-Round Predictions


Nov 29, 2014; Louisville, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals wide receiver DeVante Parker (9) runs the ball against the Kentucky Wildcats during the second half at Papa John

Contention seems so close for the Kansas City Chiefs, which means they need to have a good draft in 2015.  Here is a full mock of their selection.

Louisville. DeVante Parker. 18. player. 124. No touchdown catches from the wide receivers pretty much says the passing game needs to improve.  Adding more punch at wide receiver tops the list.  DeVante Parker brings good size (6’3″) and hands for making big catches but also a deceptive ability to take it over the top on deep passes.. WR

ILB. Miami (Fl.). Denzel Perryman. 48. player. 124. Undersized for inside linebacker but that’s about the only problem.  Denzel Perryman is a thumper who hurts anybody who dares come in his area.  He’s athletic with good range, shows the eyes and smarts to read where the ball is going and shows himself to be a leader on and off the field.

83. player. 124. The charge of a safety is to be able to read what is happening on the field, adjust to hit and make a play on the ball.  Ibraheim Campbell showed he can do that consistently at Northwestern yet people continue to get hung up on the fact he’s 5’11”.  That sound right?. SS. Northwestern. Ibraheim Campbell

124. Playing on a team that struggled during the season is never good for draft stock and such has been the case for Max Garcia.  Florida wasn’t very good in 2014, but that masked how well the center played for them and how good he measures out as a future pro with size, smarts and power.. C. Florida. Max Garcia. 114. player

Corey Robinson. 145. player. 124. Right tackle could really use some attention for the Kansas City Chiefs.  Corey Robinson has power, good technique and plenty of length.  However, his lack of athleticism makes him a rather unlikely option on the left side.  On the other hand, he could make a perfect fit on the right.. OT. South Carolina

174. player. 124. Justin Houston will likely be back but the Chiefs must continue to feed the outside linebacker position anyway.  Tony Washington flashed a lot of athleticism and potential at Oregon but he’s not yet the sum of his parts.  Perhaps time developing in the KC system is just what he needs.. OLB. Oregon. Tony Washington

Southeastern Louisiana. Bryan Bennett. 211. player. 124. The Senior Bowl showed a lot of positives and negatives with Bryan Bennett.  He is clearly not a well-developed passer in the pro sense, but he has a live arm, the confidence to use it along with loads of mobility and athleticism that made him a top recruit for Oregon.. QB