Kansas City Chiefs 7-Round Mock Draft: Brett Veach shoots for the moon

The Chiefs forget all about their Super Bowl championship and go for the jugular.

Brett Veach, NFL Combine
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If you asked Kansas City Chiefs fans, they'd tell you that winning Super Bowls never gets old.

However, as they say, it pays to have that "next play" mentality, both as a player and a coach or front office member. Even though the Chiefs are coming off their third Super Bowl victory of the Patrick Mahomes era, they need to enter this offseason with a fresh mindset.

For Brett Veach and company to be considered a true dynasty and keep this thing going, it means they'll need to continue swinging for the fences.

In this 7-round NFL mock draft, that's exactly what the Chiefs do.

The Chiefs make a bold first-round trade in this 2024 NFL mock draft.

To kick off the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, Kansas City moves up 25 picks in a stunning move.

Chiefs Titans trade

It'll cost the Chiefs their first rounder this year, a first-round pick in 2025, a second rounder in 2026, and a third rounder both this year and next. But, the payoff could be monumental as the Chiefs weren't going to let an opportunity like this slide.

. . Rome Odunze. Rome Odunze. Rome Odunze. 1. 521. . player. WR

At pick no. 7, the Chiefs snag a guy some are now considering to be right up there with Marvin Harrison Jr. as the draft's top receiver prospect in Washington's Rome Odunze. Of course, Harrison and Malik Nabers should be locks to go in the top six picks, but others believe Odunze is of equivalent talent, especially after his Combine performance.

Odunze is every bit of a legitimate WR1 for Patrick Mahomes and will be the perfect fit in Kansas City's offense. With a quarterback like Mahomes who can make something out of nothing and extend plays, it will benefit the offense greatly to have a towering 6-foot-3, 215-pound wideout who runs a 4.45 and uses his body like that of a contortionist.

This guy already came into the draft as a potential top-10 pick and draws comparisons to the likes of Keenan Allen. But, after showing off his speed at the Combine, fans fell even more in love with his potential. Odunze can do everything well as an outside guy or even in the slot. He separates well, runs crisp, cool routes but can also win those 50/50 balls.

This offense just got a whole lot scarier, and the Chiefs are well in position to win their third-straight Super Bowl.