1. Kansas City Chiefs — Dion Jordan, DE, Oregon — Jordan offers a ton of upside, would fit into Reid’s shift to a 3-4 defense, is extremely versatile, could become a difference-maker on defense and it would be funny to see Reid grab one of Chip Kelly’s old players with his first pick in KC. The Chiefs have invested a lot on defense in recent years but there’s no guarantee those guys will be around through Reid’s tenure.
Seeing stars — The Sprint Center had some celebrities in the crowd during Sunday’s games. Kansas City Chiefs running back Dexter McCluster attended Friday and Sunday’s sessions and was taking pictures with fans courtside before Kansas tipped off against North Carolina.
Former Kansas All-American and Tulsa coach Danny Manning, who led the Jayhawks to the 1988 NCAA title at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Mo., was sitting six rows behind the Kansas bench. Manning’s son, Evan, is a freshman guard. Danny Manning was an assistant coach for five years at Kansas before taking over at Tulsa this season.
Nixon actually ended up looking worse, with blood covering almost her entire face by the end of the fight. The beautiful blonde Wray, who was a cheerleader for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2012, seemed to hurt Nixon late in the second round with heavy punches, but was unable to finish her off.
Nixon is just 1-5 as an amateur, according to Sherdog’s Fight Finder, so it’ll be back to the drawing board for Wray. It doesn’t seem like she minds. On Saturday, she tweeted a photo of her and Nixon punching each other with the caption “Yes that is blood…Greatest night of my life.”
Chappelear was joined at the workout by Northwest running back/return man Jordan Simmons, kicker Todd Adolf, offensive tackle Rod Williams and wide receiver John Hinchey. Tyler Shaw attended Missouri Western’s pro day in St. Joseph.
Simmons has an upcoming meeting scheduled with the Chiefs. Chappelear will visit with the Jets in the near future.