Kansas City Chiefs: The No. 5 overall pick hasn’t been a sure-thing selection spot. In 2009, the Jets took quarterback Mark Sanchez. He has the makings of being an outstanding quarterback. He led the Jets to the AFC Championship Game as a rookie. However, the results at this spot have been uneven overall. Kansas City took defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey in 2008. Dorsey was considered perhaps the best player available in the draft. He has been slow to adjust to the NFL game and 3-4 defense the Chiefs adopted in his second NFL season. In 2007, Arizona took tackle Levi Brown. He has developed into a nice starting tackle. Still, he may have been taken too high. In 2006, Green Bay took linebacker A.J. Hawk, who has had his ups and downs. He’s been good, but not great. In 2005, Tampa Bay took running back Cadillac Williams. He has been a productive player when healthy. But injuries have hampered him.