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Old 07-21-2014, 12:15 AM  
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Sac's 2015 Chiefs Mock Draft

Going with Direckshun's compensatory prognostications for this mock.

Based on the history of the Dorsey regime (two drafts now), this is what the Chiefs do for 2015:

1. Stefon Diggs, WR; University of Maryland: 6'0", 195 lbs.
- Because most drafturbators considered the 2014 class to be one of, if not the best, WR classes ever, the Chiefs will draft one in 2015 instead and Diggs is the guy. A complete athletic freak when healthy, with speed to burn. Injury history will not be an issue for Dorsey, especially when he blows up the combine.





2. Benardrick McKinney, ILB/OLB; Mississippi State: 6'5", 245 lb.
- A junior this year, McKinney is a very athletic, long player who is capable of effectively dropping back into coverage as he is rushing the passer. Originally recruited as a QB, he made the switch to LB after a redshirt season and set a freshman record with 102 tackles in 2012. Fast and smooth. Will seriously look at the NFL as he's already red-shirted a season, especially if he has another solid year. Plays inside and out and has a lot of upside. Will likely test extremely well in combine drills.



3. Rashard Greene, WR; Florida State: 6'0", 180 lbs.
- The leading receiver for the Seminoles for three straight years. Excellent hands and route running. Yeah, the Chiefs could have had Donte Moncrief in the third round in the 2014 draft, but decided to pass and now filled with regrets and understandings that their receiving corps are freaking horrible, they take another receiver here.





3. Cody Prewitt, S; Ole Miss: 6’2”, 212 lbs.
-Prewitt was an absolute ball hawk for the Rebels in 2013 with six interceptions. I’m not certain that they’ll spend this high of a draft pick on a safety, but if they don’t get the production out of Sanders Commings that they hope to and Dan Sorensen doesn’t pan out, they might have to.





4. Carl Davis, DT/DE; Iowa: 6'5", 315 lbs.
- While Dorsey seems to be completely infatuated with timed/measured numbers as it relates to prospects, he realizes that there needs to be some level of beef up front. Davis will be able to play inside or outside as a nose or a five tech.



4. Tyrus Thompson, OT; Oklahoma: 6’5”, 330 lbs.
- I really can’t figure out what Dorsey is looking for in an offensive lineman. He seems to value drill numbers a lot from his skill position players and offensive tackles, but he has no problem taking dumptrucks for the interior offensive line (Schwartz, Linkenbach, Fulton (who had the slowest cone drill at the entire 2014 Combine), etc.). Allen hasn’t had his breakout and there still isn’t anybody of proven worth behind him at the guard spots. The position can’t be neglected much longer.



5. Storm Woods, RB; Oregon State: 6’0”, 210 lbs.
- Woods is a nice runner who excels in the passing game. Is patient, hits his holes well, accelerates nicely and has some wiggle to him. Would fit in with the West Coast system very well. Did have a nasty concussion against Utah early in the 2013 season, but came back and played solid after sitting out a couple of weeks.





5. Wayne Lyons, CB; Stanford: 6’1”, 195 lbs.
- At this point in the draft, Lyons is about as good as it’s going to get for the position, and the Chiefs will likely be in the position of needing quality depth at the CB spot depending on how Cooper progresses and what type of player they have in Gaines.



6. Jake Smith, C; Louisville: 6’4”, 304 lbs.
- Rod Hudson will be a FA after the 2014 season. While they probably resign him, you can’t be too sure and Smith looked pretty darn good when watching Bridgewater this past season and has been a very solid three year starter (two at OG and last season at C). On the 2014 Rimington Trophy watchlist.



6. Terrance Plummer, ILB; Central Florida: 6’2”, 241 lbs.
- Pretty solid linebacker who has played both inside and outside for the Knights.



7. Quinn Epperly, QB; Princeton: 6’1”, 220 lbs.
- Dual threat QB who was originally going to commit to Texas A&M, then they signed Johnny Football. Decided to take the Princeton scholarship offer and has kicked ass ever since. 25 TD’s to 3 Ints and ran for another 18 TDs in 2013.


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Old 09-01-2014, 09:44 PM   #16
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Why move Kush when Hudson has played guard, and played it well?
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Old 09-02-2014, 12:08 AM   #17
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Why move Kush when Hudson has played guard, and played it well?
Kush has also logged time at guard as well as left tackle during college. At this point, establishing the rhythm and timing with the center/QB exchange is important. Keeping Hudson there makes the most sense at this point. If Kush is playing well, might as well move him to one of the guard spots and have Allen as your emergency backup for the G/T spots.

Kush has very nice feet and pulls extremely well. And is apparently strong like bull. He's got a little height on Hudson and I think he'd do just fine at the OG spot.

Either that, or he's the offensive line equivalent of Jerrell Powe - somebody we all think is playing well, but something isn't clicking with he and the coaching staff.
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Old 09-02-2014, 09:42 AM   #18
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Kush has also logged time at guard as well as left tackle during college. At this point, establishing the rhythm and timing with the center/QB exchange is important. Keeping Hudson there makes the most sense at this point. If Kush is playing well, might as well move him to one of the guard spots and have Allen as your emergency backup for the G/T spots.

Kush has very nice feet and pulls extremely well. And is apparently strong like bull. He's got a little height on Hudson and I think he'd do just fine at the OG spot.

Either that, or he's the offensive line equivalent of Jerrell Powe - somebody we all think is playing well, but something isn't clicking with he and the coaching staff.
I've been hoping that they would move Kush.

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Old 09-02-2014, 06:25 PM   #19
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I've been hoping that they would move Kush.

Fisher - McGlynn - Hudson - Kush - Allen
He played some guard at OTAs. I wonder why they just stopped that experiment?
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He played some guard at OTAs. I wonder why they just stopped that experiment?
There always seems to be one of those during every pre-season.

All I know is that our guard situation isn't good and everyone keeps talking about how good (strong, good feet, etc.) Kush has looked this preseason. (As well as in the regular season last year against the Chargers.)

The guy is on the roster for a reason. We might as well see what he's got at this point, especially with Allen moving over to right tackle due to the four game suspension of Stephenson.
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5. Storm Woods, RB; Oregon State: 6’0”, 210 lbs.
- Woods is a nice runner who excels in the passing game. Is patient, hits his holes well, accelerates nicely and has some wiggle to him. Would fit in with the West Coast system very well. Did have a nasty concussion against Utah early in the 2013 season, but came back and played solid after sitting out a couple of weeks.



BTW, Sacc, Storm is a junior and I doubt he will have the kind of season that would make him think about coming out early.

Also, for Beaver RBs, I am starting to be more impressed with Terron Ward. He's short but thick (5'7", 202 lbs) and is much shiftier than Woods. Some of the cuts he made this week against Hawaii were impressive. He has better speed too.

I couldn't find any decent highlights but Ward's two TDs are here (start at 1:20).

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