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2013 Day 3 NFL Mock Draft

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

The Chiefs finally grab a receiver in round three. (Photo: Dave Martin, AP)

KCCD Editor: Elliot Dennis

With the first three rounds of the draft complete and the rest completing today, these are my predictions for what will happen in rounds 4-5.


Best Players Available For The Chiefs In Rounds 4-7

Saturday, April 27th, 2013


Tyler Wilson should be in the Chiefs plans very soon. (Photo: Danny Johnston)

KCCD Editor: Jason Madson

Twitter last night was abuzz with thoughts on the Chiefs selections of Kelce and Davis. Most liked the TE, but disliked the RB pick. Now, everyone’s thoughts have shifted to who is next for the Chiefs. A good number that I saw think it is time for a QB (Barkley, Wilson and Nassib being mentioned the most) while others want a WR, ILB, S or help along the DL. With 5 picks remaining, the Chiefs could select one of each. The list of available players is quite impressive, so the Chiefs could even field offers for their pick in round 4, adding more selections this year, or a 2014 pick. If they do decide to make the pick, below is a list of players at certain position that the Chiefs should target.


Tyler Wilson Scouting Report

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Wilson could be a future NFL star. (Photo: Tim Heitman, US Presswire)

KCCD Staff Writer: Mark Lindberg

Tyler Wilson

Height: 6’ 2”
Weight: 215 pounds
Position: QB
College: Arkansas
Draft Class: 2013


2013 NFL Draft Top-5 Quarterbacks: The Case for Bray

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Tyler Bray’s draft stock isn’t high, but it should be. (Photo: Jim Brown, US Presswire)

KCCD Editor: Elliot Dennis

If there’s one guy who doesn’t get the attention from scouts he deserves, it’s Tyler Bray. Two years ago I thought, along with many others, that Bray might be in the running for the 1st overall selection in 2013. Now, obviously, that’s not the case. However he shouldn’t be in the doghouse among NFL scouts and writers that he currently is.

Bray will be attending the combine as a throwing quarterback. For those that don’t know, a “throwing quarterback” at the combine is a quarterback eligible for the draft that is considered a late-round to undrafted free agent prospect. To a guy of Bray’s talent, it’s an insult.


2013 First Round Mock Draft: Elliot Dennis

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012


Geno Smith applaudes the Kansas City Chiefs for selecting him first overall, so do we. (Photo:Tyler Evert)


KCCD Writer: Elliot Dennis

1. Kansas City Chiefs: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

The Chiefs were awful this season. The biggest need (by far) is quarterback. With Pioli gone, the new GM will almost certainly use this pick to draft his own guy.

Smith was awesome this season. He completed 71 percent of his passes for 4,004 yards, 40 touchdowns, and only six interceptions. He started the year with monstrous performances but was cooled down against Texas Tech and Kansas State.

The 6-foot-3, 214-pounder has prototypical NFL size for quarterbacks. His skillset is what you look for in a franchise QB. He makes good reads and shows great vision. He has great accuracy, but his arm isn’t “elite” but is very good (but neither was Aaron Rodgers). Smith can also make plays with his feet. The biggest thing he needs to work on is his footwork, but that can be coached.

The Chiefs finally get their man.


Ranking the Quarterbacks: Making a Case for Tyler Wilson

Monday, December 3rd, 2012


Tyler Wilson to Kansas City is gaining some steam. (Photo: Nelson Chenault/US Presswire)


KCCD Writer: Elliot Dennis

Okay… okay. I know a couple of weeks ago I came out with an argument for why USC’s Matt Barkley should be taken first overall by the Chiefs. I now retract that statement. He’s really played himself out of consideration to be even a top-10 draft choice, and unless he has a huge Senior Bowl week and pro day that might just happen.


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