The Chiefs have met with 14 offensive linemen—10 guards and 4 tackles. The highest-rated prospect on the list is Houston offensive tackle Josh Jones. Jones is projected to be a first round pick. The Houston offensive tackle is considered raw, but the upside to be a starting tackle in the NFL is there. Depending on how the draft board falls, the Chiefs may strongly consider Jones with the 32nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
The rest of the names on the offensive line list are Day 2 picks or later. Several of the prospects are big bodies with high ceilings that the Chiefs likely feel confident they can develop into starting-caliber players. Andy Reid and his coaching staff have gotten great results from lesser-known offensive linemen.
Every team does a lot of work on the offensive line prospects each year, but offensive tackle and guard graded as two of the weakest positions for Kansas City in the next few years given the combination of expiring contracts and unproven interior players. It would seem there’s a high probability that the Chiefs draft an offensive lineman in the 2020 NFL draft, but it is unlikely that pick comes in the first round.