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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>*** 2022 Prospect Tracker: Chiefs Interest / Visits / Work Outs ***
Dante84 01:45 PM 02-01-2022
2021 Recap
A rough 2nd half of our 4th straight AFC Championship game prevented us from going to our 3rd straight Super Bowl.

It was an up-and-down season with some incredible highs and confusing lows. Our Offense was at sometimes mediocre, and other times incredible, with the final game being a microcosm of this. Our Defense went from worst in the league, to the best in the league, back to somewhere in between when it was all said and done.

Last year Veach attacked the OL in the offseason with incredible results. He made a key mid-season trade for Ingram, which helped our terrible pass rush become decent again. He nailed the '21 draft with Humphrey, Bolton, and Smith.

This offseason should present a defensive mini-overhaul, focusing on the Edge position, improvements in the secondary, and just a few skill-player upgrades on Offense. The list of holes is not long, but they should be improved if we want to continue our status as the top team in the AFC.

Overview
This is the 11th year in a row that we will be tracking the college players the Chiefs have publicly or privately expressed interest in leading up to the NFL Draft.

Last year was rough in that COVID prevented people from attending most of the major events (No combine, virtual visits, etc...). While we did get Nick Bolton on our list, I'm hoping for better results this year.

For those who are new: the way this operates is that we collectively monitor various social media sources, blogs, articles and reports for news of the Chiefs' interest in a certain player. When posted in this thread, I will update the OP to include the player. *Please provide the link to the article, the players name, position and team.

I am going to try to link to player profiles when they exist, courtesy of The Draft Network, other sites' write ups, or their team's website.

Let's meet some of our future Chiefs:

2022 Draft - Chiefs Prospect Tracker

Offense
QB
Malik Willis, Liberty
Skylar Thompson, Kansas State
Chris Oladokun, South Dakota St



RB
Rachaad White, Arizona State
Shermani Jones, Coastal Carolina
Nick Lenners, Kansas State
JD Woods, Baker



WR
Taysir Mack, Pitt
Mike Harley, Jr., Miami
George Pickens, Georgia
Treylon Burks, Arkansas
Samori Toure, Nebraska
Erik Ezukanma, Texas Tech
Kwamie Lassiter II, Kansas
Christian Watson, NDSU
Jameson Williams, Alabama
John Metchie III, Alabama
Jaquarii Roberson, Wake Forest
Danny Gray, SMU
Drake London, USC


TE
Cade Brewer, Texas
Trey McBride, Colorado State
Lucas Krull, Pittsburgh
Gerrit Prince, UAB



OT
Vederian Lowe, Illinois
Tanner Owen, Northwest Missouri State
Ryan Van Demark, UConn



G



C
CJ Perez, Temple
Michael Maietti, Missouri



Defense
CB
Dallis Flowers, Pitt State
Duron Lowe, Liberty
Sam Webb, Missouri Western
Ja'Quan McMillian, East Carolina
Gregory Junior, Ouachita Baptist
Joshua Williams, Fayetteville State
Samuel Womack, Toledo
Jaylen Watson, Washington State
Zyon Gilbert, Florida Atlantic


S
Joey Blount, Virginia
Jaron McPherson, K-State
Nasir Greer, Wake Forest
Jahron McPherson, Kansas State
Vonte Davis, Utah
JT Woods, Baylor
Delarrin Turner-Yell, Oklahoma
Tariq Woolen, UTSA


DE / Edge



OLB
James Houston IV, Jackson State
Storey Jackson, Liberty



ILB



DL
Akial Byers, Missouri
Jordan Davis, Georgia



DT
Devonte Wyatt, Georgia



Special Teams
P


K


LS



Links to Past Years:
2021
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2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
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staylor26 08:43 PM 04-02-2022
Originally Posted by Tribal Warfare:
Yes, comparison to previous draft years
Thatís how itís been the last few years.

We rarely here about visits anymore.
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Tribal Warfare 08:56 PM 04-02-2022
Originally Posted by staylor26:
Thatís how itís been the last few years.

We rarely here about visits anymore.
Which why rumors will be reported as interest
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Rausch 06:08 PM 04-03-2022
So there are no DE/Edge visits despite our obvious need?
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Rausch 06:10 PM 04-03-2022
Originally Posted by Dante84:
Added, thanks!

I'd love a trade up for Wyatt and trade down for Cam Thomas. Then you resign Ingram and we've got a solid D line in one offseason...
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Dante84 05:09 PM 04-04-2022
Updated, thanks!

TE Trey McBride, Colorado State
TE Lucas Krull, Pittsburgh
C CJ Perez, Temple
CB Duron Lowe, Liberty
CB Sam Webb, Missouri Western
S Jaron McPherson, K-State
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Titty Meat 07:43 PM 04-04-2022
McBride would be a very interesting pick
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chiefforlife 09:11 AM 04-05-2022
Samori Toure WR, Unsigned Free Agent
Pro Football Network's Aaron Wilson reports Nebraska WR Samori Toure is drawing "heavy interest" from the Chiefs, Bengals, Packers, Colts, and 49ers.

A rising wideout prospect as the NFL Draft draws near, Toure -- who set a Cornhuskers record with five 100-yard receiving games in 2021 -- could be a sought-after player for receiver-needy teams like the Chiefs and Packers, who last month lost Tyreek Hill and Davante Adams, respectively. Toure in 2021 had the second highest yards per reception (19.5) in Nebraska history thanks to a host of big downfield plays in the Cornhuskers offense. His four catch, 150 yard, one touchdown performance against Ohio State in November drew national attention. He transferred to Nebraska from Montana, where he caught 155 passes for 2,488 yards and 20 touchdowns over three years. Toure would have immediate fantasy intrigue if he were to land in Kansas City of Green Bay.
Related:

Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers

Source: ProFootballNetwork.com
Apr 5, 2022, 9:02 AM ET
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Dante84 10:52 AM 04-05-2022
Updated, thanks!




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Dante84 11:14 AM 04-05-2022

The #Chiefs brought in Coastal Carolina RB Shermari Jones for a top-30 visit on Monday. https://t.co/M2RzbhtT4w

— Chiefs Wire (@TheChiefsWire) April 5, 2022

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Dante84 11:18 AM 04-05-2022

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kccrow 12:37 PM 04-05-2022
Originally Posted by Dante84:
I like the way he runs. Definitely would be a worry with the lack of play in the passing game though. 6'0" 213 4.55s 40-yard dash, 33.5-inch vertical, 122-inch broad jump, 4.44s shuttle, 7.39s 3-cone, and 20 bench reps.
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kccrow 12:41 PM 04-05-2022
Originally Posted by chiefforlife:
Samori Toure WR, Unsigned Free Agent
Pro Football Network's Aaron Wilson reports Nebraska WR Samori Toure is drawing "heavy interest" from the Chiefs, Bengals, Packers, Colts, and 49ers.

A rising wideout prospect as the NFL Draft draws near, Toure -- who set a Cornhuskers record with five 100-yard receiving games in 2021 -- could be a sought-after player for receiver-needy teams like the Chiefs and Packers, who last month lost Tyreek Hill and Davante Adams, respectively. Toure in 2021 had the second highest yards per reception (19.5) in Nebraska history thanks to a host of big downfield plays in the Cornhuskers offense. His four catch, 150 yard, one touchdown performance against Ohio State in November drew national attention. He transferred to Nebraska from Montana, where he caught 155 passes for 2,488 yards and 20 touchdowns over three years. Toure would have immediate fantasy intrigue if he were to land in Kansas City of Green Bay.
Related:

Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers

Source: ProFootballNetwork.com
Apr 5, 2022, 9:02 AM ET
Had my eyes on him early on in the process but fell off of him for a while. Reminds me that maybe I should rethink Watson and Pickens. 6'3" 190-ish WR with speed in Toure is a very similar build/profile.
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In58men 12:53 PM 04-06-2022
Source: The #Chiefs are hosting East Carolina CB Ja'Quan McMillian on a top-30 visit soon. McMillian was named AP All-American after his highly-productive 2021 season. He was PFF's No. 2 CB in overall grade in 2021 as well.
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In58men 12:55 PM 04-06-2022
Wake Forest safety Nasir Greer is meeting with the #Chiefs on Monday, per @AaronWilson_NFL. #ChiefsKingdom
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The Franchise 02:48 PM 04-06-2022

Explosive WR George Pickens is visiting with #Chiefs today and #Packers tomorrow, per source. Pickens recently told me he believes he's the best wideout in the draft because "as a big target that can run 4.4, I can do what (other receivers) can along with having size...

— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) April 6, 2022

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