The Kansas City Chiefs have stayed very busy over the first two days of the 2022 NFL Draft after making five picks and making two trades. However, there’s still plenty of business ahead of them with six more scheduled picks to make on the third and final day of the draft.
The Chiefs came into the draft with a total of 12 picks to make, but then traded two of them away in the first round to move up and grab Trent McDuffie, a talented and versatile cornerback out of Washington, at No. 21 overall after moving up 8 spots. The Chiefs lost third and fourth-round picks in that deal with the New England Patriots.
From there, however, the Chiefs were able to add back a pick in the second round in another deal with the Patriots with the decision to move back four spots from No. 50 to 54. The Pats ended up giving the Chiefs a fifth-round pick for their efforts.
The 2022 NFL Draft has four rounds left and the Kansas City Chiefs still have six picks to make.
With the addition of the fifth-round pick at No. 158 overall, the Chiefs added another place to land a prospect in the middle rounds. That’s good for a team that lacked any choices in the fifth and sixth rounds coming into the draft weekend.
Now heading into day three, the Chiefs have a pick at the end of the fourth round, another in the middle of the fifth, and then four selections in the seventh round to close out the draft.
Here is a full list of the Chiefs’ remaining selections to watch for on Day 3 of the draft along with the players taken so far.
- Round 1 (No. 21 overall) – Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
- Round 1 (No. 30) – George Karlaftis, DE, Purdue
- Round 2 (No. 54) – Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan
- Round 2 (No. 62) – Bryan Cook, S, Cincinnati
- Round 3 (No. 103) – Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin
- Round 4 (No. 135)
- Round 5 (No. 158)
- Round 7 (No. 233)
- Round 7 (No. 243)
- Round 7 (No. 251)
- Round 7 (No. 259)