If it played out the way you suggested, TC, it would be one heck of a draft. The only thing I would do different is take a 2nd QB in round 6 or 7. I know that appears to be overkill on the surface, but as I've stated before, this team has had ZERO success drafting QB's since 1970, but never have they double-dipped at the QB position, and in doing so they might finally hit on a QB choice. Plus, it would create healthier competition at the QB position that was never allowed under Pioli. Certainly, Bray is an interesting QB prospect and it's been said by some that he has the highest upside of any of the QB's in this class. It's possible that they could have an eyeball on Tyler Wilson, as well.
The problem I have with brnging a 6th QB into the fold is that NOBODY has ANY KIND OF CLUE what the Chiefs have in Stanzi or the other kid. Even if we had some kind of idea what kind of QBs they were with the previous regime, all that could be thrown out the window because the skillsets they have COULD be better suited for Reid's system. Until the Chiefs definitively decide on Stanzi, I'm going to consider him viable. I find it very odd that this new regime who's reputation for great QB analysis and who was tasked to revamp the QB position for this franchise has yet to release Stanzi if he is such a poor prospect.
Looks like the Chiefs are trying to smokescreen by saying they're "fascinated" with Geno Smith. Probably the worst smokescreen in the history of the NFL in their case.
The Jaguars are idiots if they trade up for Geno.
Joeckel was a "1st round pick" when blocking for Tannehill. He's a solid LT. When you get to block for a mobile QB like Manziel, your job gets a lot easier. I think he has a tough time going against the best pass rushers in the world on a weekly basis though. He is a boring, safe pick. The Chiefs as a whole won't be that much better IMO, but whatever.
If Geno/Joeckel turns out like Ryan/Long though, I won't forgive this franchise for being a bunch of scaredy cats.