NFL Draft 2015: What should the Kansas City Chiefs do?

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Round 6, Pick 193 – Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan (6’1/195)

Davis is a very good route-runner and tracks the football well. He has good hands and a nose for the end zone. He returned kicks at Central Michigan and can make contested catches in traffic, which is important, because Davis isn’t fast. He has a bit of wiggle, but personifies the possession receiver moniker. Davis wins with his routes. He played against lower-level competition, so there are questions how his skill set will transfer to the NFL.

Round 6, Pick 217 – DeVante Bausby, CB/S, Pitt State (6’2/180)

Bausby is an intriguing small-school player who has gone from off the radar to solidly on the radar. His pro day really helped cement his status as a draftable candidate, though there are questions if he stays at corner, or if he needs to move to safety. Athletic numbers are more impressive than his film. Bausby makes plays, but against lesser competition, and relies more on being really athletic then using good technique and mechanics. He’s a guy who could probably use a practice squad season, but probably won’t be able to get through waivers, as a team will take a chance on the measurables.

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  • Round 7, Pick 233 – Sage Harold, LB, James Madison (6’3/245)

    Older brother of Virginia LB/DE Eli Harold, Sage Harold’s biggest issue is strength. He needs it, and needs a lot of it. You can see awareness, and has a nose for the football, accelerating into tackles and sacks. Harold isn’t overly explosive as an athlete and is somewhat limited in what he can do. He will never be a big sack artist. Harold plays the run on his way to the quarterback, and holds an edge well against lower level competition, but isn’t strong enough to do so at the NFL level. Could have a career as a Frank Zombo-type player, contributing on special teams and providing versatility and depth in the front seven.

    To explain and point out just how ridiculous the mock draft is, the player I feel most confident will be a Chief by the time the draft wraps is Bausby, the Pitt State kid. I know the Chiefs have looked at him multiple times. Needless to say, this regime needs a good draft, and they need some playmakers. Their first draft is being saved from disastrous depths solely by Kelce. Fisher continues to perform, and grade, at a very sub-standard level.