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The 2013 Multiple Choice Chiefs Mock Draft

Finally the week of the NFL Draft has arrived. By this point you’ve probably read countless speculations and mock drafts in hopes of trying to figure out who the Chiefs might select. Well now it’s your turn. You might not have done enough research to know what prospects might be available in what rounds in order to make your own guesses, but never fear, for the second year in a row I’ve done the leg work for you. I’ve compiled a multiple choice Chiefs mock draft for you to complete. Using as many credible big boards as I could find (putting the most stock in NFLDraftScout and our own Merlin’s Drafttek) I came up with several prospects that most believe should be available when the Chiefs draft. There are two ways you could go about completing this mock, you could pick who YOU would select if you were in charge or you could pick who you think the CHIEFS will select. Either way, list your picks in the comments below and let’s see just who most KC fans have the Chiefs taking. Twice in this draft the Chiefs have selections so close together that I just gave you extra choices and you get to pick two of them.

Here we go!

Round 1, Pick #1 Overall

A. Luke Joeckel – OT – Texas A&M
B. Eric Fisher – OT – Central Michigan
C. Dion Jordan – OLB – Oregon
D. Dee Milliner – CB – Alabama
E. Geno Smith – QB – West Virginia

Round 2, Pick #42 Overall

A. The Chiefs Won’t Trade Branden Albert
B. Justin Hunter – WR – Tennessee
C. Larry Warford – OG – Kentucky
D. Jordan Poyer – CB – Oregon State
E. Margus Hunt – DE – SMU
F. Matt Elam – S – Florida

Round 3, Pick #63 Overall

A. Tyler Wilson – QB – Arkansas
B. Terrance Williams – WR – Baylor
C. Barrett Jones – G/C – Alabama
D. John Jenkins – DT – Georgia
E. Vance McDonald – TE – Rice

Round 3/4, Picks #96 & 99 Overall (Pick 2)

A. Christine Michael – RB – Texas A&M
B. Stedman Bailey – WR – West Virginia
C. Zac Dysert – QB – Miami (OH)
D. Kiko Alonso – LB – Oregon
E. Montori Hughes – DL – Tennessee-Martin
F. Leon McFadden – CB – San Diego State
G. Alvin Bailey – OG – Arkansas

Round 5, Pick #134 Overall

A. Kevin Reddick – LB – North Carolina
B. Brandon McGee – CB – Miami (FL)
C. Jordan Mills – OT – Louisiana Tech
D. Mike Gillislee – RB – Florida
E. William Gholston – DE – Michigan State

Round 6, Pick #170 Overall

A. Chris Faulk – OT – LSU
B. Dion Sims – TE – Michigan State
C. Everett Dawkins – DT – Florida State
D. Ryan Griffin – QB – Tulane
E. Jawan Jamison – RB – Rutgers

Round 6/7, Picks #204 & 207 Overall (Pick 2)

A. Ricky Wagner – OT – Wisconsin
B. Ace Sanders – WR – South Carolina
C. Sean Renfree – QB – Duke
D. Lawrence Okoye – DT – England
E. Damian Stafford – FS – Nebraska
F. Latavius Murray – RB – Central Florida
G. Micah Hyde – CB/S – Iowa

So Addicts, who do you got? I’m anxious to see your picks in the comments below. I’ll leave you with my predicted picks.

A. Luke Joeckel
B. Justin Hunter
D. John Jenkins
F. Leon McFadden & G. Alvin Bailey
A. Kevin Reddick
B. Dion Sims
C. Sean Renfree & F. Latavius Murray

As always, thanks for reading and GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.martasin Brian Martasin

    Why go CB in round 3/4? I would go WR there instead based on what we did at CB in the offseason.

    • Lyle Graversen

      Value, I think McFadden has starter upside, plus I took a WR in round 2.

  • Spencer

    1) Jordan
    2) No trade
    3) Barret Jones
    3) Zac Dysert
    4) Kirk Alonso
    5) Jordan Mills
    6)Dion Sims
    6) Lawrence Okoye
    7) Ricky Wagner

  • ArrowFan

    Is there no chance of us trading out of the #1 spot then? How can we not pick a guy named Okoye?

    1: Eric Fisher – OT – Central Michigan
    2: Matt Elam – S – Florida
    3: Barrett Jones – G/C – Alabama
    3: Stedman Bailey – WR – West Virginia
    4: Alvin Bailey – OG – Arkansas
    5: Kevin Reddick – LB – North Carolina
    6: Dion Sims – TE – Michigan State
    6:Lawrence Okoye – DT – England
    7:Ricky Wagner – OT – Wisconsin

    • Outback Chief

      Okoye was just in the paper down here 2 weeks ago and he’s a tough dude I think he has a spot on some team

  • ArrowFan

    thanks for the hard work on this one I’m going to print it off and use it during the draft.

  • Outback Chief

    Chiefs trade back and take Eric Fisher OT
    2nd #35 Keenan Allen WR
    3rd #63 Brandon Williams DT
    3rd # 96 Da’Rick Rogers WR
    4th #99 Marcus Lattimore RB
    5th #134 KevinReddick ILB
    6th #170 Micah Hyde CB
    7th #204 Quanterus Smith DE

    #207 Dalton Freeman C

  • Michael Shaw

    Here is what i would do should we NOT get the Branden Albert trade done.
    1. Dion Jordan
    3a. Barrett Jones
    3b. Kiko Alonso
    4. Alvin Bailey
    5. William Gholston
    6a. Dion Sims

    6b. Ace Sanders
    7. Lawrence Okoye

  • Michael Shaw

    Here is what I would do if we DO get the Branden Albert trade done.
    1. Luke Joeckel

    2. Matt Elam

    3a. Barrett Jones

    3b. Kiko Alonso
    4. Alvin Bailey

    5. William Gholston

    6a. Dion Sims

    6b. Ace Sanders

    7. Lawrence Okoye

  • berttheclock

    I would lean to Kiko Alonso and Christine Michael for the 3/4 picks. Although, both have question marks. Character issues for CM off field, and whether KA can be a three down ILB. Alvin Bailey could be a steal for OG, but, he really needs far more coaching. Last season, in Petrino’s small college coaching staff (Carroll College out of Helena, MT) did not seem to work on the flaws which must be addressed for AB. He can play either side, as Petrino flip flopped the OGs on plays, but, he really has problems with sustaining his blocks. Poor hand technique and footwork demand much coaching from real offensive line coaches. But, it might work.
    Michael has been said by pundits to be a 1st or 2nd talent who only fell because of off field issues. Alonso would bring speed and passion, although, he has been known to over run plays and can back away from blockers. Another coaching development, but, what else does one expect from lower picks. The Niners are loaded with their own lower picks. Draft potential and coach them up.

  • berttheclock

    Even though, I am a trench warfare guy and really want Eric Fisher over Joeckel, Barrett Jones from ‘bama gives me pause. I really do not like the comment made by scouts, that he has a tendency to make a block, then, watch the play. Perhaps, he was made to look much better than he really played due to his great supporting cast.
    An interesting addition might be the TE, Vance McDonald, out of Rice. He was used more as a slot receiver, which could help him in the West Coast. Better known for blocking down field, than, at the line. Has speed and can run well after the catch. Only negative about his catching abilities is a slowness at times to react on quick throws. I do like the fact he catches with his hands, ala, Tony G

  • Canad-Ian

    I keep hearing Fisher has higher upside than Joeckel. If this is true I’d much rather roll the dice on him. If that high upside doesn’t turn out you’re still left with a more than adequate left tackle.

  • Brady Jones

    why no ILB at the #42 or 96 or 99. We replace Albert at #1 NOT #42 AND UNLESS DB signed a long term deal Albert would already be with another team its a bonus pick regardless. I say the best Inside backer available or Safety is just the impact bonus we need to put our offense in a position to win game in and game out.

    • Lyle Graversen

      I don’t think Minter or Brown will be available there and I’m not sure who else could go there. I’d be thrilled with either if they were there.

  • Stacy D. Smith

    My personal picks:
    1.1 Dion Jordan, OLB
    2.42 No pick (Albert stays)
    3.63 Tyler Wilson, QB
    3.96 Kiko Alonso, ILB
    4.99 Christine Michael, RB
    5.134 Jordan Mills, OT
    6.170 Dion Sims, TE
    6.204 Ace Sanders, WR
    7.207 Damian Stafford, FS

    • Da Menace

      Nice board I could def live with that!

      • Stacy D. Smith

        I think that addresses every need and gives us a chance to move on from Alex Smith quickly if he falters.

        • Lyle Graversen

          I would like it, but find it highly unlikely.

          • Stacy D. Smith

            Which part do you think is unlikely, Graversen?

          • Lyle Graversen

            I think they’re taking an OT #1, think they’re trading Albert, and don’t think they’ll take a QB until late.

    • David Fritch

      This would be my ideal draft as well. Man I would love to watch Jordan for the next several years.

      • Stacy D. Smith

        At first I didn’t like the idea. I’m just not sure that you can take a rotational guy at 1.1, but in today’s NFL, you have to get to the QB. When Tamba and Houston are quiet, this team has no other options.

    • micah stephenson

      That looks almost as good as my board ;)

    • NicholasAlanClayton

      I could live with that.

  • Jason Ray Brawn

    Thanks for doin the leg work sir. And as always your article’s are great. Now what I believe would be best for the CHIEFS if I were the GM I would go…..
    1 Eric Fischer OT CMU
    2 after a ba trade. Justin Hunter , WR Tenn
    3a Barrett Jones , Ol Bama
    3b Kiko Alonzo , Ilb Oregon
    4 Christine Michael , RB Texas A&M
    5 William Gholston , DE MSU
    6a Dion Sims , TE. MSU
    6b Lawrence Okoye, DT England
    7 Sean Renfree ,Qb Duke

    • Lyle Graversen

      Nice, but some scouts are questioning Jones ability to hold the point of attack, he worries me.

      • Jason Ray Brawn

        Yeah i read that too but with the guy literally able to play any OL position he will be a long time pro i believe.

  • micah stephenson

    My picks wud b.

    1.Geno Smith
    2.keep Albert/if traded an OT 2nd rd.
    3a.Terrance Williams
    3b.Stedman Bailey
    4. Kiko Alonso
    5.dont know enuff about players rd 5-7 to make a pick but we cud use another RB, DE, OT, & TE.

    • Lyle Graversen

      Like it, but not happening.

      • micah stephenson

        Lol. Yea I know but its fun to wish. Eww we tho! Geno and Alex at QB. JC @ RB. Bowe, Baldwin, Williams, Bailey, Avery, Mcluster wud b the 6 wrs. My line from left to right Albert. Asomoah. Hudson. Allen/Swarzt. Stpehenson. Moeaki/Fasano at TE. Id want to uprade TE a lil bit.

  • David Fritch

    Thanks for doing this, it will help me in the later rounds when watching the draft!

  • NicholasAlanClayton

    Reddick would be a great pick at 5, but I doubt he’ll be there. My guess is that he will be gone by the bottom of the 3rd.

  • http://www.facebook.com/robert.dadd.7 Robert Dadd

    I think KC will draft Joeckel #1 and won’t have a second rounder by keeping Alberts. I think in the later rounds they will go after a ILB , FS and a blue-chip QB like Glennon but Ill leave that up to Reid & Co.

  • David Fritch

    I wonder if there is any chance we grab Nassib in the 2nd RD?