Adam Caplan of Scout.com is reporting that representatives from three teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Carolina Panthers and over very own Kansas City Chiefs met with University of Massachusetts offensive tackle Vladimir Ducasse sometime Sunday night in Mobile, Alabama, the site of the Senior Bowl.
A few months ago, the good folks over at Arrowhead Pride posted word that Chiefs GM Scott Pioli, attended a private practice at the University of Massachusetts to observe Ducasse.
Ducasse is currently ranked 71st in Draft Tek’s latest Big Board, which was released just two days ago. This is a jump of 23 spots since the last Big Board was released. This projects him to be drafted early in the 3rd round, but he has some forward momentum and if he impresses this week he could catapult himself into the second round.
Chiefs GM Scott Pioli and head coach Todd Haley did not arrive in Mobile until today, so it is likely Ducasse met with scouts Pioli send down ahead of time.
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