23. Kansas City Chiefs
Ra’Shede Hageman is a bit raw but has great potential as a pass rusher on the defensive line. At 310 pounds, Hageman can play just about anywhere along the line of scrimmage and get to the quarterback. Here’s what NFL.com had to say about him.
A raw, converted tight end with a basketball background, Hageman is a big, athletic, finesse three-technique with intriguing dimensions and movement skills who fits best in an aggressive, one-gap scheme where he could fire into gaps. Will probably be restricted to nickel pass-rush duty initially until the game slows down for him, but has impact potential if he ever figures it out. Is still maturing, having endured a harrowing childhood to get to where he is today, and would be best served landing in a structured environment with veteran mentorship. Classic boom-or-bust prospect.