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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In the fourth round, the Chiefs take their shot at an offensive lineman with positional versatility. Utah's Sataoa Laumea comes in after being a four-year starter in college and experience at both right tackle and right guard.

He stands 6-foot-4, 319 pounds and, at the moment, some experts believe he will fit best at guard, although that remains to be seen. In today's NFL, you see many of the successful offensive lineman able to move well. You have to. As the league evolves, players get quicker and quicker, and fortunately, Laumea fits that mold. His movements are fluid and he is able to get from one level to the next fairly easily.

Laumea can get caught up in disengaging from his blocks a tad too early at times, but that's also technique-based and can be corrected in practice. His size and overall athleticism is something you cannot teach, and for that reason, the Chiefs get a solid, versatile option here.