The Chiefs double and then triple dipped at cornerback in this draft. Next year, they could be looking to do the same at the wide receiver position.
One forgotten player twhoat could burst onto the scene next year in Treylon Burks’ absence is Jadon Haselwood. Haselwood is an Oklahoma transfer but should see a lot of opportunities this season. While Haselwood may not be first-round pick like Burks, he brings a lot of the same traits.
Haselwood is a talented playmaker with the ability to come down with the ball in contested catch situations. His size doesn’t only make him challenging to deal with in one-on-one coverage, but he is also good at making guys miss in space. He would make for an excellent new toy for Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City offense, not to mention how well he would fit the new scheme.
It doesn’t matter how good you are, you can never really have too much depth along the offensive line. It just so happens that Ohio State turns out good linemen every year. While there is nothing notable or flashy about Matthew Jones, he is a solid piece of the puzzle. He has adequate strength and good technique. If he can show some versatility on the line, he would make for a nice depth piece for Andy Reid.