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 5 - Pick #172 - Luke McCaffrey - Wide Receiver - Rice

Since I didn't take a wideout in the first two rounds I decided to double down on the position here with Luke McCaffrey out of Rice. McCaffrey is the younger brother of Christian McCaffrey and began his college career as a quarterback at Nebraska. As a quarterback, he had far more success as a rusher than he did as a passer. As a wideout, he is still a little raw, but he showed off some of his family's skillset at the combine this past weekend and definitely helped his draft stock. Did he boost it enough that he won't be available for K.C. at the end of the 5th round? Possibly, but it is a very deep receiving class.

The younger McCaffrey is 6-foot-1 and 198 pounds. McCaffrey also put up an elite RAS score off his Combine performance. His 4.46 second time in the 40 showed good straight-line speed and his 4.02 short shuttle and 6.7 three cone highlighted his change of direction skills. He also looked very smooth and comfortable in the pass-catching gauntlet drill. I see McCaffrey developing into a reliable slot receiver in the NFL.

If the Chiefs were to sign a solid veteran and then add both Javon Baker and Luke McCaffrey in the draft, I think they would be in fantastic shape at the position without having to spend one of their top two picks on the position.

Finally, let's look at K.C.'s final two picks.