7-round Chiefs mock draft fills long-term needs after early free agency

Let's look at our latest Chiefs mock draft to see how the roster rounds out after early moves in free agency.

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Round 4, Pick 132: Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

Will Shipley
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Will Shipley is the perfect lightning to Pacheco's thunder. With 85 receptions and 602 yards in three years for the Tigers, Shipley is a great change of pace back for an offense. He has great initial burst and above-average footwork and makes aggressive cuts. His top-end speed isn't elite but it's good enough.

At 5-11 200 lbs., Shipley is never going to be a hammer between the tackles but he's a willing pass blocker despite size limitations.

Shipley models his game after Christian McCaffery and it shows. He's one of the few backs in this class that can run routes out of the slot. For the Chiefs, he would be a great option to run the Andy Reid outside zone. Shipley likely won't be a true RB1 but he can certainly share a workload.