Kansas City Chiefs 7-round Mock Draft following the NFL Combine

The NFL's draft season kicked into full swing this past week with the annual NFL Combine.

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Round 2 - Pick #64 - Brandon Dorlus - Defensive Line - Oregon

At this point, some of you are fuming that the Chiefs haven't taken a wide receiver yet, but be patient. First, the Chiefs are going to address their shortage of players on the defensive line. I listed Dorlus' position above as defensive line, not specifically a tackle or end, because at Oregon he played all over the line. Does that sound like a trait that Steve Spagnuolo would appreciate?

That versatility may also be part of what keeps Dorlus from going earlier than pick 64 overall. At 6-foot-3 and 283 pounds, he's a bit of a "tweener". He's a little undersized for a defensive tackle and a little big to be an end, but that's never really been an issue for Spagnuolo. In the short term, Dorlus could provide some rotational snaps to fill in for Charles Omenihu while he recovers from his ACL injury. In the long term, he could be the interior pass-rushing heir to Chris Jones.

That's not to say that he has Chris Jones upside, but both his tape and his 4.85 forty time show some speed and explosiveness that could be developed and make him a strong interior pass rusher. Dorlus still needs to develop his pass rush moves and at times he struggles to disengage from blockers, but at the back of the second round, he would be a great addition to Spagnuolo's defensive line rotation.

Now it's finally time to add a player at wide receiver.