Wanya Morris, OT (92nd overall)
Less than two months after allowing both Orlando Brown Jr. and Andrew Wylie to depart in free agency, the Chiefs signed Jawaan Taylor to be their right tackle of the future and drafted Wanya Morris to be their left tackle.
Due to his questionable footwork and athleticism concerns, the Chiefs likely viewed him as a project. That was confirmed when they brought in Donovan Smith less than a week after drafting Morris.
Morris has only logged four offensive snaps to date compared to 26 on special teams. When either Taylor or Smith left the game, Prince Tega Wanogho, not Morris, entered the game.
Similar to FAU, it's way too early to judge Wanya Morris. He was always meant to be a developmental prospect so the time to assess him will be in the future. If he's still unable to get on the field by this time next year, then it's time to be concerned. For now, he's right on schedule.