2025 NFL Mock Draft Roundup: Kansas City Chiefs doubters abound

Plenty of NFL draft writers are already looking for the next Kansas City Chiefs draftee.
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The dust is still settling from last week's NFL Draft, but the cycle never ends. While the Kansas City Chiefs round out their 90-man roster with undrafted free agents, draft heads around the world are already looking to 2025.

There is not a consensus top prospect like there was in the past draft, but there is a large player pool before a collegiate snap this coming fall for the class of '25.

Writers are already looking for the next Kansas City Chiefs draftee.

The Chiefs are fresh off another Super Bowl win, but only one of these mock drafts has the AFC West kings drafting 32nd overall. Instead, they often opt for the San Francisco 49ers' NFC darlings. The Baltimore Ravens, or even the New York Jets, make an odd appearance, but the offseason casts unreasonable doubt on the Chiefs.

Let's take a look at who some top outlets are already mocking for the Chiefs' next draft.

USA Today

30. Kansas City Chiefs – Tyler Booker, G, Alabama

"It might not be long before the two-time depending champions embrace a shift on the interior as they sort out the financial futures of guards Joe Thuney and Trey Smith and center Creed Humphrey, with the latter two set to enter the final year of their contracts. The massively powerful Booker could step in to fill a hole at guard while creating some of his own in the run game." - Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz

Associated Press

30. Kansas City Chiefs – Deone Walker, DT, Kentucky

"Massive run stuffer." - Ralph D. Russo

The Draft Network

31. Kansas City Chiefs – Jabbar Muhammad, CB, Oregon

247 Sports

31. Kansas City Chiefs – Emery Jones, OT, LSU

"I like Kansas City reinforcing its protection wall for Patrick Mahomes and getting better in the run game, too. Jones is a prototype right tackle because he's thick and explosive. He has excellent feet — he gets to his spot in pass protection — and also has excellent power, which is an asset in the run game. He could have a dominant season." - Blake Brockermeyer

Barstool Sports

32. Kansas City Chiefs – Trevor Etienne, RB, Georgia

"Wow they really three-peated! Dynasty! They've got a luxury pick here and don't learn from the Clyde Edwards-Helaire mistake. Who cares?! They'll probably get four in a row now!" - Steven Cheah