5 prospects the Chiefs can't pass on with 32nd pick in 2024 NFL Draft

Don't let these guys get away!

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Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri

Unlike several of the above players Robinson has been ascending throughout the draft cycle. He was recognized for his practice effort during the senior bowl. His long frame and dense build makes him a versatile piece for any defensive line. He had a strong showing at the combine as well for interior defender. Part of the reason why he might be there at pick 32 is just his fit. He's a tweener and that might not be a fit for some teams who has specific needs or may not know how to use him best.

Darius Robinson is a prototype Spagnuolo edge, at 6'5" 285 pounds, and 34.5-inch arms he's a monster coming off the edge. He could be a nice pairing with Felix Anudike- Uzomah who is lighter and might be more of a pass rusher. Robinson could hold up on the outside against the run and kick inside on pass-rush snaps, needed depth after the Charles Omenihu injury. Adding Robinson to pass rush packages when Omenihu gets back could be an exciting option.