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Sac's 2014 Chiefs Draft - Combine Edition
Update time for the mock to reflect the needs of the Chiefs as they appear after the 2014 NFL Combine.
Round 1. Odell Beckham, WR; LSU: 5'11", 198 lbs., 32 3/4" arms, 10" hands
- While I flirted with Hageman in a previous version, it's time to start getting serious about this thing. Beckham is the best player in the biggest position of need that the Chiefs could draft at #23. He is the reigning Paul Hornung Award winner, first team All-American and current holder of total yards from scrimmage in a season at LSU. He is a dynamic force with the ball in his hands and excels in the open field. He's got crazy good speed in pads. He also high points the ball extremely well. Reid loves a guy like this in his system and with his great hands, excellent route running and big time YACs, Beckham is a natural fit. His upside is Steve Smith.
Beckham had a terrific combine, posting the following numbers:
Bench: 7 reps
3 Cone: 6.69 seconds
20 Shuttle: 3.94 seconds
60 Shuttle: 10.93 seconds
Quote from SI on Beckham from the Combine:
Round 3. Cyril Richardson, OL; Baylor: 6'5", 329 lbs., 34 5/8" arms, 9 1/2" hands
- Richardson was once considered a first round lock, but you can thank Pitt's Aaron Donald at the Senior Bowl for this gift of a pick. Richardson is an outstanding offensive line prospect with size and power who has played and excelled at both guard and tackle during his time with the Bears. 2013 First Team All-American, All-Conference, Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year and finalist for the Outland Trophy.
Bench: 25 reps
40: 5.36 seconds
3 Cone: 7.70 seconds
20 Shuttle: 4.83 seconds
Round 4. James Gayle, DE; Virginia Tech: Senior: 6'4", 259 lbs., 32 3/8" arms, 9 5/8" hands
- Gayle has been a starter at defensive end for the Hokies for the past three seasons where he's amassed 22 sacks, 41 tackles for loss and a handful of passes defensed and forced fumbles. Good initial burst on the snap and reportedly has a strong work ethic. Well built and strong, with room on his long frame to add more weight. Tenacious on every snap. He really stands out on the football field. Gayle had a superb combine with excellent measured performance in the tests and position drills.
Bench: 26 reps
3 Cone: 7.19 seconds
Round 5. Brent Urban, DT/DE; Virginia: 6'7", 296 lb., 34 1/2" arms, 9 3/4" hands
- Fits the five technique in a 34 to a "T." Plays with power and has some speed to his game as well. Has a little nasty in him too. Played with a high ankle sprain in 2013 and then broke his foot prior to the Senior Bowl, which could drop him into the fifth round of the Draft. Played DT in a 43 for the past two seasons for the Hokies, but was a five tech in a 34 prior to that. Has the frame to add weight and muscle without getting fat. Has a lot of upside.
Round 6. Marcel Jensen, TE; Fresno State: 6'6", 259 lbs., 34 7/8" arms, 9 7/8" hands
- Jensen is an athletic tight end with excellent size. Huge hands and long arms to go along with functional power. He wasn't featured in Fresno's four and five WR spread offense much as a pass catcher, but it helped to refine his blocking, which is very good.
Bench: 24 reps
40: 4.85 seconds
3 Cone: 7.38
20 Shuttle: 4.60
Round 6. Dontae Johnson, FS; North Carolina State: 6'2", 200 lbs., 31 1/2" arms, 8 5/8" hands
- Johnson is an athletic, heady player who has played all over the Wolfpack defense including CB, OLB, SS and FS.
Bench: 12 reps
40: 4.45 seconds
3 Cone: 6.82 seconds
20 Shuttle: 4.24 seconds
60 Shuttle: 11.06 seconds
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