Chiefs Draft Grades: Rating every pick in the 2023 NFL Draft
The Kansas City Chiefs have wrapped up their 2023 NFL Draft with seven selections, adding a group of promising players to their roster. Many of these players have the potential to make an immediate impact on the field and contribute to the team’s success in the upcoming season.
With several key needs to address, the Chiefs focused on adding depth and competition at several premium positions, including pass rusher, wide receiver, and offensive tackle. With a mix of seasoned veterans and promising second-year studs, the Chiefs’ 2023 draft class has the potential to help take the team to the next level and repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Following their highly successful 2022 draft class, Brett Veach and his team are facing increased expectations to deliver another strong group of rookies, particularly since the draft was held in Kansas City this year. The pressure is on to impress the hometown fans and build on the team’s recent championship, but with a solid strategy in place and a keen eye for talent, the Chiefs are poised to once again bring in a group of promising young players who can contribute to the team’s ongoing success.
Kansas City Chiefs 2023 NFL Draft picks
- Felix Anudike-Uzomah, DE, Kansas State (No. 31)
- Rashee Rice, WR, SMU (No. 55)
- Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma (No. 92)
- Chamarri Conner, DB, Virginia Tech (No. 119)
- B.J. Thompson, DE, Stephen F. Austin (No. 166)
- Keondre Coburn, DT, Texas (No. 194)
- Nic Jones, CB, Ball State (No. 250)
Although it’s early to predict the potential success of these players, let’s dive into grading every selection made by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2023 NFL Draft.