Chiefs Draft Order And Mock Draft

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Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell speaks before the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

With the release of the compensation picks at this week’s NFL owners’ meetings we now have the official draft order for May’s NFL draft. Below are the six picks the Chiefs will have in May.

Round 1 – 23rd overall

Round 2 – Traded to San Francisco for Alex Smith

Round 3 – 87th overall

Round 4 – 124th overall

Round 5 – 163rd overall

Round 6 – 193rd overall; received in Edgar Jones trade from Dallas

Round 6 – 200th overall

Round 7 – Traded to Dallas in Edgar Jones deal

Now that we have an official draft order, how does that effect who will be available to the Chiefs after round three? Let’s update the mock draft using FanSpeak’s draft simulator.

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  • berttheclock

    When the Niners were awarded a 3rd round compensatory pick for losing Goldson, they ended up having 6 picks in the first 100 picks in the draft. The Chiefs are tied with 3 other teams plus Seattle in only having 2 picks respectively in the first 100. I believe if any trade from 23 is made in May, it will come on draft day with the Forty Niners.

  • Stacy D. Smith

    Hageman, Moncrief, Desir, and Sam? That’s a great first four picks.

    • berttheclock

      BTW, Stacy, did you see my post on another thread about Dorsey signing Jarrett Boykins in 2012 after Boykins had been cut by the Jags? Boykins was an UDFA out of V Tech, but, the Jags didn’t keep him long. He was cut and Dorsey swooped. Now, with the loss of Jones, he is being set to move up to start for the Packers. He played four games for the Packers last season after injuries to other wide outs. This is why I believe so much in the ability of Dorsey to evaluate and grab talent, no matter in the draft or after the draft.

      • Stacy D. Smith

        I didn’t catch that. I agree with you though. Dorsey’s got a good eye.

      • Ben Nielsen

        You can throw in Marcus Cooper as an example of what you’re talking about. SF drafted him in the 7th round, cut him, and now he’s our most promising CB prospect.

        • berttheclock

          If I remember correctly, Dorsey was scouting him at the pre-season game with the Chiefs.

        • Michael Shaw

          Ben, he wasn’t exactly cut, the SF 49ers were going to try and sneak him on their practice squad.

          • Ben Nielsen

            Semantics, but I get and agree with your point.

  • berttheclock

    I read somewhere that Dontae Johnson played LB early on, as well. freshmeat has suggested him several times. Even WalterFootball uses the term “sleeper” for him. They have him listed as a CB, but, he can play safety.

    • Ben Nielsen

      He fits KC’s scheme really well. The speed/size combination is insane.

      • freshmeat62

        W/ his size/speed, and the numbers he had in the drills, I’m wondering why he’s not rated higher. Maybe he just slipped thru the cracks, and now that he’s put up some impressive numbers, he’ll start moving up the boards.

        • Ben Nielsen

          Has tools but hasn’t shown the production. He’s not really a corner and doesn’t have experience as a safety. Would need some good coaching to unlock his tools.

  • mnelson52

    I missed something somewhere. when did we get the 6th round pick for Jones?

    • berttheclock

      At the time of the Edgar Jones trade. We threw in our 7th and the Cowboys gave us their sixth.

      • mnelson52

        I realize that now, but when did it happen?

        • berttheclock

          August 31, 2013

          • mnelson52

            thanks bert

  • Josh Landers

    That’s probably the best mock I’ve seen for kc. I would like to see at least one o-line pick, though. Apparently, Reid likes rishaw Johnson quite a bit but whether he starts or not we still need depth. GO CHIEFS!!!

    • berttheclock

      If the Chiefs are able to trade with the Niners and move from 23 to 30, the Niners would throw in a 3rd rounder at 94, plus, a 7th, and the Chiefs could address the offensive line problem.

  • unclejesse40

    I would be cool with the draft if it turns out just like this.

    • Ben Nielsen

      I would, too, but I’m kinda biased about this.

  • Brian Dempsey

    This mock draft looks good to me. Hageman is an excellent 3-4 DE prospect. The rest look fine to me.

  • Joe ThisnThat Woodley

    Our mocks drafts are pretty similar just a couple differences.

    My 2014 Chiefs Mock Draft
    1st rd- Odell Beckham Jr (WR)
    3rd rd- Cyril Richardson(OG/OT)
    4th rd- Will Clarke (DE)
    5th rd- Michael Sam (OLB)
    6th rd- Dri Archer (WR/RB)
    6th rd- Dontae Johnson (CB/FS)

    • berttheclock

      Yeah, Cyril Richardson was the offensive Iineman I saw over at WalterFootball where he picked him for the Colts in the 3rd round.

      • Joe ThisnThat Woodley

        Yea Cyril is a huge guy and has a lot of versatility along the offensive line! He would be a great depth pick for our team in the 3rd round!

        • berttheclock

          However, one caveat about him. I suggest you do not want to see the video of him from the Senior Bowl practices which are up at the local Dallas Fort Worth sports site and where Rob Rang talks about him having great problems with quicker defensive linemen. I just watched the video and he was getting rolled up like a rag doll. I mean knocked backwards and falling into a ball shape with the defensive player running over him. He made Jeff Allen look akin to All World.

  • Rich Cooper

    I could live with this outcome. Although I think we should take Beck III or Cooks in 1 and Moncrief in 3. I’d be OK with this though. Hageman is raw in my opinion, but he has tremendous upside. I’ll go with what Dorset decides in the wrong and db fronts for sure as he has been great so far and also has the pedigree in the area coming from GB. Love the idea of 2 wr in this Draft. Sick of avg or pedestrian receivers on our team. We and quite frankly Alex Smith and JC deserve better play makers around them.

  • Jeff B.

    Hagemen seems like a reach in a year we don’t have a lot of picks. I’d rather they draft a Guard or WR with our first round pick then potentially waste it on a guy with a boom or bust potential.

    • mnelson52

      Poe was a boom or bust also but that’s working out well so far. You never know with anyone for sure. I was against getting Poe because he was a project instead of an immediate impact like I feel a 1st rounder should be. I am now glad we have Poe, but I still believe 1st round should not be a player that’s a project. On the other hand, we have excellent coaching now that might bring along someone very fast. I’ll just have to trust D&R

  • mnelson52

    I know a lot of people will disagree with me, but I think we need to go heavy on defense. Reason being, Suttons defense almost mirrors Seattle’s. Seattle just lines up and says come get some if you can and it works because they have the right personnel to get the job done. I may be wrong, but it appeared to me that Sutton wouldn’t make in game adjustments for what was happening, so he needs the right personnel to make his system work if we are to be successful on defense this year.

  • Shawn Bell

    I like this entire mock. Be able to get Sam in the later round. That kid will be a beast in a year or two. By putting him behind Hali and Houston gives him that veteran mentorship he would need.

  • Michael Shaw

    Not a bad mock, but I have a few issues. First of all, we need o-line depth badly. Second, we have to have someone to back up Sanders Commings in case he ends up being injury prone. And third…………I am seriously doubtful that DE Sam will get past the 3rd or early 4th round. The kid may have sucked in the combine and looked ok at his pro day, but I still think his body of work on the field brings his draft stock up. GO CHIEFS!!! Oh and great article Ben!!

  • berttheclock

    WOW! The Chiefs had representatives at the “Johnny Manziel” Pro Day show. Whoppie, as the Chiefs are not going to draft him. However, there was a lot of talent from the Aggies at that Pro Day. Remember, the Seahawks, with no chance of taking Luck, sent reps to his Pro Day at Stanford. They didn’t pick Luck, but, they were able to learn a great deal about Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin.