The Kansas City Chiefs are likely to continue to look along the trenches on both offense and defense in the upcoming draft, so it's no surprise that they are doing their due diligence by looking at several schools during their Pro Day. Brigham Young is the latest that the Chiefs have been spotted at.
Jay Drew writes, "The Cougars held their Pro Day for NFL scouts on Thursday, and most of the 13 participants — 10 from BYU and three from other schools — said they were happy with how they performed. Representatives and/or scouts from approximately 17 NFL teams attended the three-hour workout."
In particular, the Chiefs interests could lie in a couple of BYU prospect like offensive tackle XXXX or defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo. Reynolds could draw the most interest from scouts, according to Drew, but the National Football Post's Wes Bunting says he's likely a reserve who can only play right tackle well. He writes, "An overhyped college left tackle who looks better suited to play right tackle in the NFL. He is a bit older than most prospects as well and looks more like a reserve at best to me."
About Fangupo on the other hand, Bunting writes, "A naturally strong kid with a great attitude and work rate. Needs to improve pad level, but has the kind of natural power and work ethic to make it with some time."
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