Chiefs Fan Guide To The Fix II

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 The Draft

What most fans are interested in is the upcoming draft and who the Chiefs might be looking at to add to the team. Next. we’ll take a look at three positional options at Offensive Line, Wide Receiver and Inside Linebacker.

When you combine and 2015 prospects rankings, both rate each of the following players somewhere between 11th and 30th, which makes them all possible Dorsey targets at pick #18 (if the Chiefs don’t trade that pick).

OT Andrus Peat, 6-7, 312, Stanford

When Peat and the Stanford Cardinals went up against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish this year, Pro Football Focus said, “Left tackle Andrus Peat was the star of the show, with some impressive work as a run blocker to go along with a perfect day in pass protection.”

WR DeVante Parker, 6-3, 209, Louisville

Derek Stephens of says, “Parker is as tough of a receiver to defend as there is anywhere in the country… he utilizes great body control and timing to win any ball thrown in his vicinity regardless of how well-covered he is. After the catch, Parker demonstrates impressive shiftiness… and has a nice second gear to create distance once he’s in the open field.”