7-round Chiefs mock draft: New offensive foundation takes shape

In this 7-round mock draft, the Chiefs lay a long-term foundation for the team's offense.

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Round 4, Pick 132: Dallin Holker, TE, Colorado State

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Dallin Holker is a classic day 3 tight end prospect. He compares nicely to Tucker Kraft's profile from a year ago, although Kraft went much earlier than Holker likely will and part of that was his athletic profile. The blocking ability and receiving traits are what makes Holker exciting. He is an average to slightly above average run and pass blocker with soft hands and smooth movement skills. He profiles as a 2nd or 3rd tight end at the next level.

Holker isn't replacing Travis Kelce or Noah Gray in 2024 but he can improve upon Blake Bell's role. Until the playoffs, the Chiefs ineffectiveness to run/pass effectively out of 13 personnel was a major concern. Holker is a better receiving option than the 33-year-old Bell. He could work towards replacing Noah Gray who will be a free agent in 2025.