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KC Chiefs Interview 2 More At Shrine Practice


The Kansas City Chiefs are in attendances for the practices of this weekends East-West Shrine college all-star game.

The team interviewed a couple of players on day one of practices and on day two, they interviewed a couple of more.

According to Walter Football, the Chiefs met with McMaster University tackle Matt Sewell and Arizona State punter Josh Hubner.

Let’s break it down.

Matt Sewell, T, McMaster University:

Sewell is a big fella at 6-7, 337. NFL Draft Scout ranks him as the 39th best tackle prospect in the draft.

We dug up a highlight video of Sewell. It is of the crapy quality you’d expect of a highlight video from a small-school prospect. He is #59 and the video lists him at 6-8. He destroys guys on multiple occasions in this video which kinds of leads me to believe he was just physically way too big and strong to be matched up against some of these kids.

Josh Hubner, P, Arizona State:

Hubner is ranked as the 10th best punter prospect by NFL Draft Scout.

Hubner averaged 47.1 yards per punt in 2012.

If your day is really that boring, here is 15 minutes of this kid punting the football.

We are tracking all of the Chiefs draft prospects on our 2013 draft prospects page. Be sure to check it our frequently.

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  • Robert Firestone

    yep my day is that boring :P

  • Danny W

    I don’t know were that Tackle is projected but perhaps he could be a steal in the fourth round and move him to guard. Jhari Evans, or Carl Nicks anyone?

  • sidibeke

    I know to not read much, but I don’t like that they’re looking at a punter at all. Keep Dustin.

  • khelt

    Two punters interviewed is a reason to believe that Colquitt is on his way out.

    • Michael Shaw

      No, I would take that to mean they are keeping all options open. Gotta have a good punter.

  • Calchiefsfan

    Well that was almost comical watching Sewell destroy those poor kids. I don’t see him doing that to any NFL DT’s or DE’s. He seemed slow. I wonder what his times will be in the cone drills etc.