Kansas City Chiefs mock draft: What rookies could join Xavier Worthy in Rounds 2-7?

Who is a WORTHY Day 2 selection?
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The Kansas City Chiefs have already made their first selection in the 2024 NFL Draft in Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy. However, there are still lots of draft picks to be made with six picks in the next six rounds.

Let's take a look at how the rest of the draft could play out for the Chiefs. It's worth noting the Chiefs are missing some picks due to their trade with the Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs now have the following selections available to them:

  • Round 2 - No. 64
  • Round 4 - No. 131
  • Round 4 - No. 133
  • Round 5 - No. 159
  • Round 5 - No. 173
  • Round 7 - No. 248

With lots of great remaining talent on the board, let's see what the Chiefs can get done.

Round 2, Pick 64: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

Kiran Amegadjie
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Kiran Armegadjie has unteachable size and athleticism at the left tackle position. At 6'5" 323 lbs. with over 36-inch arms, Amegadjie moves well out in space.

Armegadjie's raw traits are partly due to his ability to just flat-out dominate at his level of competition. Against almost every player he faced, he was able to just rely on strength and length. With desired size and athleticism combined with three years at left tackle, he's an ideal fit for the Chiefs

We saw the tackle position get drafted heavily in round 1 with 8 off the board. The Chiefs likely could've stayed and taken Kingsley Suamataia at 32 but they felt strongly about Xavier Worthy. Now, they get another toolsy project tackle in round 2, which frankly is what Tyler Guyton or Suamataia would've been in round 1.