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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Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

In a loaded OT class, Suamataia might be OT7 or 8. In other years he could easily be a top 15 pick. He's got over 1,600 snaps in college at left and right tackle and is still just 21 years old. He's a strong run blocker and an emerging pass blocker. Cousin of Lions' star tackle Penei Sewell, there's still plenty of ceiling left for Suamataia.

The Chiefs need for a left tackle has existed since Eric Fisher tore his Achilles in 2020. It's not very often that an experienced left tackle with 34.5 inch arms that's 326 pounds falls to pick 32 but this might be the year. He might not be able to start week 1 given what's at stake at left tackle for the Chiefs but bringing back Donovan Smith and plugging Suamataia in when Smith gets injured (a regular occurrence) might be the path.

This also sets up a nice long-term succession plan for Jawaan Taylor and Wanya Morris at right tackle if the Chiefs choose to move on from Taylor sooner rather than later.

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