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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>TheDraftNetwork.com's mock draft machine is pretty great.
Direckshun 01:41 AM 01-15-2021
Try it out here.

Post your results.
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Chris Meck 02:27 PM 02-08-2021
This draft was kick-ass. I accepted some trade down offers, stayed true to the board, and filled a ton of needs.

KC
45.
Jaelan Phillips
EDGE Miami (FL)
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Super talented Edge player, projects as a 10 sack a year guy. This should make our front four a dominant group. I'd bring back Charlton too, for depth.

KC
64.
Liam Eichenberg
OT Notre Dame
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Draftnetwork scouting report says: plug and play LT, should transition easily to the NFL. All the physical skills, smart kid. I'd also sign Jason Peters as stop-gap/insurance/mentor/swing tackle reserve.
KC

88.
Quinn Meinerz
OC Wisconsin-Whitewater
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This kid's tape is unreal and he just flat ate up everyone Senior Bowl week. He went from not on anyone's radar to a probable 3rd rounder. He's a monster, and I seriously doubt he doesn't end up a pro-bowl caliber OC. I sign Justin Britt as cheap vet insurance/back-up/IOL depth.


KC
94.
Kenny Yeboah
TE Mississippi
This is a talented receiving TE. Kelce's heir apparent, will be a weapon right away. Two TE sets could really be deadly, and help out young OT's with chips on their way out to routes.


KC
105.
Joe Tryon
EDGE Washington
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In year one, Tryon is probably a pass rush specialist, as he's about ten pounds lighter than Clark. That's fine; as a rotational piece with Danna/Charlton, and a year in an NFL weight program he can totally hit that 260ish ideal. They say you can't have too many pass rushers; I agree. This allows us to keep even Clark fresh. Maybe that's his problem.
KC

130.
Aaron Banks
OG Notre Dame
KC
The ideal Reid OG. Power, athleticism both. Great value here. Also a plus: He's used to playing next to Eichenberg. If he beats out Alegretti, great, move Alegretti to RG competition with LDT.

131.
Austin Watkins
WR UAB
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Prototype Sammy Watkins size, VERY similar skillset. 'X' receiver of the future.

KC
224.
Darren Hall
CB San Diego State
Spags approved length and speed. We've hit on this type of player the last few years, and we'll need some depth after Breeland probably walks. Re-sign Baker, and roll with Sneed, Baker, Ward, Fenton, and this kid.
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CatfishBob2 04:25 PM 02-08-2021
That's solid. Mines would look something like that if I opted for trades but this is what I got for my hangover mock

31.
Kansas City Chiefs
Jaelan Phillips
EDGE, Miami
This guy is always available at this spot. He's hard for me to pass up unless a guy like Terrace Marshall is still on the board

63.
Kansas City Chiefs
Spencer Brown
OT, Northern Iowa
I don't see a lot about this guy but the report is he has plenty of athleticism and strength to go with outstanding size and length

94.
Kansas City Chiefs
Rodarius Williams
CB, Oklahoma State
Adequate size and length, and physical

135.
Kansas City Chiefs
Josh Imatorbhebhe
WR, Illinois
Good size and superb athlete

174.
Kansas City Chiefs
Chris Evans
RB, Michigan
I still maintain that we need more juice behind CEH. CEH was the best thing on offense last night and I have full confidence in him going forward but he needs a running mate and DW31 ain't it

176.
Kansas City Chiefs
Joshua Kaindoh
EDGE, Florida State
Long rusher with supreme athleticism could be another toy for Spags

180.
Kansas City Chiefs
Drake Jackson
IOL, Kentucky
Very good in college but a little on the small side

212.
Kansas City Chiefs
Paddy Fisher
LB, Northwestern

Not ideal in pass coverage, but good size and plenty of thump
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GloucesterChief 09:58 PM 02-08-2021
31.

Kansas City Chiefs
Jalen Mayfield
OT, Michigan
63.

Kansas City Chiefs
Amon-Ra St. Brown
WR, USC
94.

Kansas City Chiefs
Hunter Long
TE, Boston College
135.

Kansas City Chiefs
Daelin Hayes
EDGE, Notre Dame
174.

Kansas City Chiefs
Bobby Brown III
IDL, Texas A&M
176.

Kansas City Chiefs
James Empey
IOL, BYU
180.

Kansas City Chiefs
Shaka Toney
EDGE, Penn State
212.

Kansas City Chiefs
Trill Williams
CB, Syracuse
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Toad 10:04 AM 02-09-2021
Man, that is fun!

KC
54.

Liam Eichenberg
OT Notre Dame
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KC
63.

Patrick Jones
EDGE Pitt
KC
84.

Josh Myers
OC Ohio State
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KC
94.

D’Wayne Eskridge
WR Western Michigan
KC
130.

Monty Rice
LB Georgia
KC
162.

JaCoby Stevens
S LSU
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htismaqe 12:12 PM 02-09-2021
Spencer Brown is probably a RT in the NFL. Seen him play quite a bit.
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htismaqe 01:07 PM 02-09-2021
This was kind of a weird one. Bateman fell because almost all of the tackles went early. It created a log jam in the middle rounds though, so I ended up getting quite a bit of line help anyway.

31.
Rashod Bateman
WR Minnesota

72.
Dillon Radunz
OT North Dakota State
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94.
Patrick Jones
EDGE Pitt

118.
Brady Christensen
OT BYU
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130.
Aaron Banks
OG Notre Dame

167.
Trey Hill
OC Georgia
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211.
Justin Hilliard
LB Ohio State
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224.
Ta'Quon Graham
DT Texas
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The Franchise 01:43 PM 02-09-2021
We’re going to be okay, guys.

31.

Jaylen Waddle
WR Alabama
KC
63.

Dillon Radunz
OT North Dakota State
KC
94.

Quinn Meinerz
OC Wisconsin-Whitewater
KC
137.

Daelin Hayes
EDGE Notre Dame
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KC
162.

Robert Rochell
CB Central Arkansas
KC
168.

Paris Ford
S Pitt
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iSavedLatin 03:20 PM 02-09-2021
Lots of trade downs. My only regret is missing out on Michigan WR Nico Collins, who went at 93. I was hoping he'd fall to me at the start of the 4th.

KC
38.
Jalen Mayfield--Starting OT on left or right side with flexibility to move inside
OT Michigan
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KC

63.
Patrick Jones--Run defender who sets the edge and has developing pass rush skills. Ideal size and above average bend and athleticism for the 4-3 edge. Can start day 1.
EDGE Pitt
KC

105.
Quinn Meinerz--He was my late round draft crush until he blew up at the Senior Bowl. Tosses defenders like rag dolls. Hopefully he has the athleticism to work effectively in the KC offense.
OC Wisconsin-Whitewater
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KC

106.
Adrian Ealy--Developmental OT, but will hopefully provide depth and push to start in year 2.
OT Oklahoma
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KC

127.
Paulson Adebo--Chance to start year 1 on the outside. Has all the tools to stand out in Spags' system.
CB Stanford
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KC

130.
Tre McKitty--Good athlete with a nice catch radius and RAC ability. Can he learn to block at the pro level? Often looks like an oversized WR, which can be a good thing.
TE Georgia
KC

140.
Cornell Powell--Great blocker, smart player, good route runner, and tough to bring down. Reminds me of Pringle, but younger and more polished. Ultimate team guy who should challenge for reps if he can learn the offense quickly enough.
WR Clemson
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KC

162.
Janarius Robinson--Big DE with the ability to kick inside in pass rush situations. Relentless motor and a mean streak.
EDGE Florida State
KC

224.
Josh Ball--Lengthy OL with good weight distribution. Needs better functional strength to compete at this level, so he'll need some time to season. Good fundamentals.
OT Marshall
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Chris Meck 04:23 PM 02-09-2021
This would be completely awesome, in my opinion.

KC
39.

Jaelan Phillips
EDGE Miami (FL)
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KC
70.

Dillon Radunz
OT North Dakota State
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KC
73.

Amari Rodgers
WR Clemson
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KC
94.

Quinn Meinerz
OC Wisconsin-Whitewater
KC
130.

Keith Taylor
CB Washington
KC
143.

Daelin Hayes
EDGE Notre Dame
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KC
163.

Kylin Hill
RB Mississippi State
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KC
218.

Kylen Granson
TE SMU
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The Franchise 04:28 PM 02-09-2021
Not sure what everyone would think about it....but when an OT falls in the first....I’ve been able to trade up from the bottom of the 2nd round to around #40-45 for Marshall. All it costs is a 2nd rounder in 2022.
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Chris Meck 04:34 PM 02-09-2021
Originally Posted by The Franchise:
Not sure what everyone would think about it....but when an OT falls in the first....I’ve been able to trade up from the bottom of the 2nd round to around #40-45 for Marshall. All it costs is a 2nd rounder in 2022.
If Reid and Veach think he's the guy, I'm down.
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htismaqe 06:07 PM 02-09-2021
Going back to my last mock, anybody know much about Brady Christensen?

I didn't see much BYU football but reading this guy's scouting reports, I'm really surprised he's not rated higher. Other than level of competition, it doesn't seem has any real weaknesses.
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kccrow 06:45 PM 02-09-2021
Originally Posted by htismaqe:
Going back to my last mock, anybody know much about Brady Christensen?

I didn't see much BYU football but reading this guy's scouting reports, I'm really surprised he's not rated higher. Other than level of competition, it doesn't seem has any real weaknesses.
I haven't watched him a metric shitton, but I haven't seen anything terrible. I think the biggest knock will be level of competition much like Radunz. What gave me the most pause is he doesn't look to have that elite lateral agility and quickness in his slide to reach NFL speed at LT. I think he'd struggle holding the arc. He also tends to let his hands get wide. He looks like a RT in the NFL that needs a bit of adjustment time.
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staylor26 07:06 PM 02-09-2021
Originally Posted by kccrow:
I haven't watched him a metric shitton, but I haven't seen anything terrible. I think the biggest knock will be level of competition much like Radunz. What gave me the most pause is he doesn't look to have that elite lateral agility and quickness in his slide to reach NFL speed at LT. I think he'd struggle holding the arc. He also tends to let his hands get wide. He looks like a RT in the NFL that needs a bit of adjustment time.
Yea he’s a solid mid round prospect, but it appears he’s a starting RT at best, but likely just a swing tackle.
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Titty Meat 08:24 PM 02-09-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Mine this evening:

32. Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
64. Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma
95. Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina
133. Joshua Kaindoh, EDGE, Florida State
172. Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas
173. Tre' McKitty, TE, Georgia
177. Zach McCloud, LB, Miami
204. Demetric Felton, RB, UCLA
Man that offensive line would crack some heads I love it
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