TY for posting this.
WR's and DB's are going to be there in rounds 3 though 7. I say let's get either a pass-rusher like Stephon Tuitt or Trent Murphy with the top draft pick.
But, anyway, here is the list:
TY for posting this.
No problem, as you see some of the players are staying for their senior seasons, many more are coming out and some good football players that would make nice additions to the Chiefs roster.
Charlie Campbell at walterfootball.com projects the Chiefs to draft this player & I agree 100%. Here is his analysis.
Kansas City Chiefs: Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
The Chiefs could still use a difference-maker on their defensive line next to Dontari Poe, and Andy Reid has had an inclination to draft defensive tackles early. Tuitt could be a nice fit as a five-technique.
The 6-foot-6, 320-pound Tuitt took college football by storm in 2012. He was a dominant force for the Fighting Irish with his combination of power and surprising quickness. Tuitt got overweight into the 310-320-pound range while rehabbing from surgery over the 2013 offseason. That sapped some of his speed and explosiveness this season, but he still made big plays for his defense.
This year, Tuitt had 49 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, 7.5 sacks, two passes batted and a pick-six. He showed off his athletic ability with some pass pressures and a diving interception for a touchdown against Michigan. Tuitt played well against Arizona State with a strip-sack and other pressures.
Tuitt had his best game of the season versus USC. He dominated the line of scrimmage and had success going against guards and tackles. Tuitt recorded seven tackles with two sacks for his first multi-sack game of the year. He drew a holding penalty and had a lot of other pressures. Tuitt finished 2013 with a strong performance against Rutgers in the Pinstripe Bowl.
Throughout 2012, Tuitt lived in the backfield. He recorded 12 sacks, 47 tackles and three forced fumbles, plus returned a fumble 77 yards for a touchdown against Navy. Manti Te'o received all the headlines, but Tuitt and Louis Nix were phenomenal for the Fighting Irish. Like the rest of the Notre Dame defense, Tuitt had a disappointing performance in the National Championship against Alabama, but he was playing with a hernia.
Tuitt could be an excellent fit in the NFL as a 3-4 defensive end. He also could play end in a 4-3 and move inside to tackle in certain situations.
Last edited by brdempsey69; 01-07-2014 at 08:53 PM.
I am interested in getting the top FS around 27.