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    2014 NFL Draft

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    Scout.com's top 32 draft prospects:
    Player Pos. School Grade
    1. Jadeveon Clowney* DE S Carolina 98
    2. Greg Robinson OT Auburn 97
    3. Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo 96
    4. Sammy Watkins* WR Clemson 96
    5. Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M 95
    6. Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh 94
    7. Mike Evans* WR Texas A&M 94
    8. Taylor Lewan OT Michigan 94
    9. Zack Martin OT Notre Dame 93
    10. O. Beckham Jr.* WR LSU 93
    11. Eric Ebron* TE N Carolina 92
    12. Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan St 92
    13. H. Clinton-Dix* S Alabama 92
    14. C.J. Mosley ILB Alabama 92
    15. Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech 92
    16. Morgan Moses OT Virginia 92
    17. Ryan Shazier OLB Ohio State 92
    18. Blake Bortles* QB UCF 91
    19. Brandin Cooks* WR Oregon St 91
    20. Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma St 91
    21. Calvin Pryor* S Louisville 91
    22. Johnny Manziel* QB Texas A&M 90
    23. Jason Verrett CB TCU 90
    24. Marqise Lee* WR USC 90
    25. Anthony Barr OLB UCLA 90
    26. Bradley Roby* CB Ohio State 89
    27. Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame 89
    28. T. Bridgewater* QB Louisville 89
    29. Dee Ford DE Auburn 89
    30. J. Attaochu OLB Georgia Tech 89
    31. Joel Bitonio OT Nevada 89
    32. Cyrus Kouandjio OT Alabama 88

    Notes: The NFL has reduced the amount of time to make each pick in the first round from 15 minutes to 10.
    This year, the prospective draftees are permitted to select their own "Walk up" music. That should be interesting!

    The Houston Texans are on the clock.

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    I remember reading this a while back http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2014/3...uvernay-tardif

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    I like our draft
    Addressed a lot of needs on defense.

    Got a good QB IMO that if things dont get worked out with Smith's contract situation I feel really good about

    and late added to the oline

    the only thing I would change is the rb pick for a wr but overall happy with the draft
    Really though I see that RB being used like McCluster, so he essentially may be a WR.

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    Apparently there is a chance that Duvernay-Tardif will be a first round pick in the Canadian draft. I wonder if he would consider ditching us for the CFL?

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    Another O-Lineman and this one can play Tackle or Guard and he's 6-5 and 321 lbs and also very athletic and he's a native of Canada and I knew this guy was on their radar and they wanted him with one of these two 6th round choices pick.

    The Chiefs hit the jackpot with these pair of 6th round selections. Andy Reid got an All-Pro Center for Philly in round 6 in Jason Kelce. C Eric Kush came last year in round 6 and he may push for a starting job this year or may displace Hudson next year. And of course, Fisher drafted with the top pick last year. I love the way Reid/Dorsey are paying attention to the O-Line and are going to build it & maintain it with their guys.

    These last two picks were a great way to finish up this draft. Duvernay-Tardif has a 4.0 GPA in medicine & a mean streak on the football field.

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    Apparently there is a chance that Duvernay-Tardif will be a first round pick in the Canadian draft. I wonder if he would consider ditching us for the CFL?
    He already has, I believe, as he participated in the East-West Shrine game & there's more money to be had playing football in the U.S. than in Canada. I don't believe Dorsey would have drafted him if there was any doubt about him coming down to the U.S. to play football. They worked him out and had a private visit with him.

    Edit: Just saw this quote at kcchiefs.com:

    Laurent Duvernay-Tardif: "I'm so excited. I had a great visit last month and now I can't wait to come to town and get to work."

    That settles that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdempsey69 View Post
    Duvernay-Tardif has a 4.0 GPA in medicine & a mean streak on the football field.
    And Dee Ford is a concert-level pianist. We may not outscore a lot of teams, but we will certainly outclass most of them.

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    Jackson Jeffcoat, L'damian Washington and Dion Bailey are the first 3 names that spring to mind when thinking about undrafted players.

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    Well the drafts over now time for the undrafted free agents chiefs have signed a wr already according to twitter

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    an undrafted WR, Albert Wilson of georgia State, has tweeted he has agreed to contract with the Chiefs
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    No WRs. Obviously not any good enough for their board when they were picking. And if anyone is complaining, why draft a guy that they obviously think is worse than Hemingway, Avery, or Jenkins?

    The Murray pick is smart for several reasons. Most 5th round prospects, regardless of position, are washed out of the league in 3 years. It's a flyer on a QB that has some definite upside. Even if he is only a backup QB (like many 5th rounders), he's a much cheaper option than signing a veteran backup. Daniels cost the team a 3yr/$10M contract to be a backup. Murray will be under team control for 4 years and cost under $3M TOTAL.

    I'm assuming they keep Bray (maybe not), but if they do, you now have TWO guys who could be the future at the QB position. This is essentially what Seattle did with Russell Wilson. Kept exploring options and finally he panned out. Spending a 5th round pick on a QB that was obviously at the top of their board is a smart move. You're typically not plucking out 5-year starters at any position in the 5th round anyway. Take a look at the 5th round of the 2012 draft. How many of these guys have you heard of?
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    Hey, if they hit the jackpot with the Murray selection & he turns out to be a quality QB, then great. Time will tell.

    As for the pair of 6th round choices, I will not be surprised if they turn out to be better players than Pioli's two Illinois guys that he drafted, Allen and Asamoah, who both have disappointed in KC.

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    Heres some undrafted fa we have picked up so far.

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    Idaho RB James Baker; Utah State WR Joey Demartino; Southern Methodist OT Ben Gottschalk; Nebraska C Cole Pensick; Miami S Kacy Rodgers; Tulane K Cairo Santos; BYU S Daniel Sorensen; Louisiana-Lafayette WR Darryl Surgent; Tennessee State DB David Van Dyke; Abilene Christian RB Charcandrick West; Georgia State WR Albert Wilson

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