Here is what Kyle Lindemann wrote about the pick of Arizona offensive tackle Jordan Morgan in his latest mock draft for Rotoballer: "The Kansas City Chiefs have undergone a shift in their team-building philosophy. As long as the offensive line can keep Patrick Mahomes upright and give him some solid offensive weapons, they are pretty much unstoppable. A fifth-year senior, Morgan could step in and play for the Chiefs right away."
Personally, I have reservations about this particular pick. While it's true that providing ample protection for Patrick Mahomes is crucial, the Chiefs recently gave Jawaan Taylor a substantial contract and also selected Wanya Morris a few months ago. It's possible that Morris won't pan out, and the team could explore alternatives like Jordan Morgan, but I don't foresee it happening this early.
Considering his contract, Jawaan Taylor is guaranteed to remain with the team at least until 2024, and more likely until 2025. Additionally, Morris was drafted with the understanding that he would require a year or two of development. Given these circumstances, it seems unlikely that the Chiefs would opt for an offensive tackle in the first round unless something goes significantly awry.