It's hard to tell how a team like the Kansas City Chiefs are doing with a draft class like this when it's made up of boring lineman intended to add depth and strength at core positions. While other teams take flashy players, it's easy for a league-wide analyst to gloss over what Scott Pioli's team is doing and move on to something more interesting to discuss. But one NFL Draft analyst loves what the Chiefs are putting together through four rounds, and Mocking the Draft's Dan Kadar says Pioli is having "one of the best" classes of anyone.
He writes, "Kansas City plugged the biggest hole on their roster with one of the biggest men in the draft, Dontari Poe. They then added depth to an offensive line that really needed it. With the selection of Wylie, who will be a dangerous slot receiver, the Chiefs are having one of the best drafts in the entire league, in my opinion."
Thus far, the Chiefs have taken
1st Round - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis
2nd Round - Jeff Allen, OG/OT, Illinois
3rd Round - Donald Stephenson, OT, Oklahoma
4th Round - Devon Wylie, KR/WR, Fresno State
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