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Bink Chiefs Mock 4.0

Jay Binkley
April 02, 2018 - 8:11 am
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The NFL draft is coming up this month in Dallas April 26th through 28th and the Chiefs still have some areas to address in the draft.  Brett Veach has basically done everything but draft players so this will be interesting to see how he handles his first one.  Last week it appeared the Chiefs were interested in tight end Benjamin Watson for some depth behind Kelce but he signed with New Orleans so this mock will address the tight end position once again because they haven't been able to find the right fit in free agency.  I didn't specifically address corner in this mock but will again by the end of the month.

Also this past week the Chiefs signed a #3 QB in Matt McGloin and of course earlier they signed Chad Henne to be their #2.  However I can see the Chiefs throwing a late round dart at a QB just to have 4 on the roster for the off season and training camp and if he show something then they can place on the practice squad.

Here are my other Chiefs mocks:

MOCK 1.0:

MOCK 2.0:

MOCK 3.0:

**Round 2 pick 54-RONNIE HARRISON-SAFETY-ALABAMA-Was a first team SEC selection by the AP.  He was second team by the coaches.  I have been going with Lorenzo Carter in my mock's as the Chiefs taking and edge first but I can see them going safety as well so switching things up.

-RONNIE HARRISON COLLEGE STATS:

From Lance Zierlein on NFL.com: "STRENGTHS  Possesses outstanding combination of size and speed. Quick pedal with easy transitions in two-deep. Is comfortable and experienced playing high or low safety. Has good makeup speed. Doesn't get overly focused on routes. Finds time to read quarterback's eyes. Capable of quality man coverage in certain matchups. Plays with route anticipation and ability to transition quickly to match. Plays under the route and uses his length to knock passes away. Physical hitter with punishment as his default setting. Takes rapid downhill approach as high safety in run supporter. Rangy with ability to leap into a long-distance tackle when pursuit angle goes askew. Quick to punch and discard blockers. Handles work near the line of scrimmage with desired level of aggression. Has blitz talent."

**Round 3 pick 78-R.J. MCINTOSH-DT-MIAMI-Did not test at the combine but impressed at his pro day. Had 12.5 tackles for loss last year which was tied for the team lead.  The Chiefs have got to get better up front and they made a nice signing of Xavier Williams a few weeks ago.

RJ MCINTOSH COLLEGE STATS:

**Round 3 pick 86-JEFF HOLLAND-EDGE-AUBURN-

**Round 4 pick 122-HERCULES MATA'AFA-EDGE-WASHINGTON STATE-What can I say about this guy that I haven't already. Tough physical edge that I believe can be versatile for Bob Sutton and the Chiefs.  Like Sean Chandler from Temple I just can't take him out of the mocks.

**Round 4 pick 124-WYATT TELLER-GUARD-VIRGINIA TECH-First team all ACC.  The Chiefs need some depth at the offensive line and I have been mocking guards to them in each mock.

From Lance Zierlein on NFL.com: "STRENGTHS  Built like a block of granite with a well-proportioned, muscular frame. Carries high percentage of lean muscle mass and is a weight room freak with a 400-pound power clean, 460-pound bench press and a 600-pound squat. Can punch and press defenders out of his frame with no worries. Uses well-targeted, accurate hand placement. Consistently locks arms out in pass pro and uses them as powerful brace to stand his ground. Possesses excellent body control and is able to maintain balance through contact with ease. Ornery play demeanor suited him in 2016. Shows an ability to center and sustain as drive blocker."

**Round 6 pick 196-TYLER CONKLIN-TIGHT END-CENTRAL MICHIGAN-Bumped him up from 7th round that I had in mock 2.0-Chiefs need to address backup tight end and Tyler can be that guy.  Had an inury and missed 5 games with a foot injury but had 2 games over 100 yards including catching a touchdown in the Senior Bowl.

TYLER CONKLIN STATS:

From Lance Zierlein on NFL.com"STRENGTHS Fought back from severe foot injury in camp to make it back on field. His 2016 tape shows good acceleration into turns with ability to gain space vs. coverage. Uses smart changes of route speeds. Able to make contested catches over the middle. Former college basketball player with a feel for body positioning. Has awareness to drop feet in-bounds on catches that are tight to the sideline. Has talent and toughness to become a quality run blocker. Works well with his hands as run blocker. Rolls hips under his hands at point of attack and grinds to get defenders turned. Patient and effective with his combo blocks."

**Round 7 pick 233-SEAN CHANDLER-SAFETY-TEMPLE-I am sticking with this.  I like this pick late for versatility in punt returners and the fact he has played corner and safety.  Could see him being a nice special teams player for the Chiefs at first.  

From Lance Zierlein on NFL.com: "OVERVIEW Chandler is known as "Champ" around his hometown of Camden, New Jersey, overcoming a rough childhood to excel for the Owls during his career. He was the Philadelphia Inquirer Defensive Player of the Year as a high school senior, picking off eight passes and returning three for touchdowns. As a freshman, he started all but the opener, making 65 tackles, intercepting one pass (against NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana's son, Nick) and breaking up eight others. Chandler's sophomore season was no disappointment, as he earned second-team All-AAC honors by starting every game, posting 65 stops (5.5 for loss), intercepting four passes (taking back two for scores) and breaking up 10 others. He also impressed as a punt returner (17 returns, 206 yards). He repeated the second-team all-conference accolades in 2016 (51 tackles, 3.5 for loss, two interceptions) despite moving from cornerback to free safety. Chandler was named honorable mention All-AAC as a senior, starting all 12 games and finishing with 74 tackles, 1.5 for loss, two interceptions, and three pass breakups (two punt returns for 9 yards)."

**Round 7 pick 243-LOGAN WOODSIDE-QB-TOLEDO-Led the nation in touchdown passes his junior season with 45 while throwing for 4,129 yards.  Last season he threw for 3,882 yards with 28 touchdowns.  The Chiefs need another QB for off season OTA's and training camp and this could be a guy like Tyler Bray that keeps a job as the 3rd stringer or practice squad player.

LOGAN WOODSIDE COLLEGE STATS:

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