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Titty Meat 11:21 PM 01-19-2024
Y'all want to ride with Smith for another year or give Morris a chance? Because there's probably several good to decent prospects who likely will be there when the Chiefs pick.
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O.city 10:46 AM 02-15-2024
"Solving the LT problem" is....well we all know what that's probably gonna take.

It's either a shot in the dark mid tier draft guy you develop, you pay top dollar for one, or you trade up and take one.
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kccrow 11:02 AM 02-15-2024
I'd say here's at least a good list to start from bubb... I can leave you to then make your determinations.

LT Prospects
1. Joe Alt, Notre Dame
2. Olu Fashanu, Penn State
3. Kingsley Suamataia, BYU
4. Javon Foster, Missouri
5. Kiran Amegadjie, Yale
6. Patrick Paul, Houston
7. Brandon Coleman, TCU
8. Zion Nelson, Miami
9. Julian Pearl, Illinois
10. Nathan Thomas, Louisiana

RT Prospects
1. JC Latham, Alabama
2. Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State
3. Amarius Mims, Georgia (LT conversion chatter)
4. Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma (LT conversion chatter)
5. Blake Fisher, Notre Dame
6. Christian Jones, Texas
7. Roger Rosengarten, Washington
8. Matt Gonclaves, Pitt
9. Andrew Coker, TCU
10. Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State

OTs that will more than likely be OG/OCs
1. Troy Fautanu, Washington
2. Jordan Morgan, Arizona
3. Graham Barton, Duke
4. Sataoa Laumea, Utah
5. Dominick Puni, Kansas
6. Delmar Glaze, Maryland
7. LaDarius Henderson, Michigan
8. Gottlieb Ayedze, Maryland
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O.city 11:07 AM 02-15-2024
How good would Joe Alt look in KC?
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DJ's left nut 11:17 AM 02-15-2024
Originally Posted by O.city:
How good would Joe Alt look in KC?
Stop winning SBs and those are the kinds of dreams you can have.
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Oxford 04:03 PM 02-15-2024
Originally Posted by SurroundedByMorons:

Niang on the other hand has to be replaced. They don't seem to like him at (backup) guard and he does not appear to be athletic enough for NFL tackle. Or he is just way too heavy.
Donovan Smith is gone (he would not resign for this years contract) as it was a prove it deal coming off injury. I would bet they would draft a developmental tackle in rd 2 or 3, Niang can play RT (doesn't paly inside), Wanya Morris can play LT (he'll have an entire year in the off season program) and they they look for a street FA for depth.

Cap is going to be tight especially if they get CJ and LS back

Gonclaves and Greenfield seem to fit the general arm length although Greenfield is 24 (so he will likely fall in the draft)
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kccrow 09:01 PM 03-05-2024
Here's an update. If you think I'm off or not looking at someone, put it out there. I forget more than I remember anymore.

LT Prospects
1. Joe Alt, Notre Dame
2. Olu Fashanu, Penn State
3. Troy Fautanu, Washington
4. Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma
5. Kingsley Suamataia, BYU
6. Kiran Amegadjie, Yale
7. Patrick Paul, Houston
8. Brandon Coleman, TCU
9. Zion Nelson, Miami

RT Prospects
1. JC Latham, Alabama
2. Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State
3. Amarius Mims, Georgia (maybe LT conversion)
4. Blake Fisher, Notre Dame
5. Matt Goncalves, Pitt
6. Javon Foster, Missouri
7. Caeden Wallace, Penn State
8. Christian Jones, Texas
9. Walter Rouse, Oklahoma

OTs that will more than likely be OG/OCs
Jordan Morgan, Arizona
Graham Barton, Duke
Sataoa Laumea, Utah
Roger Rosengarten, Washington
Dominick Puni, Kansas
Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State
Delmar Glaze, Maryland
LaDarius Henderson, Michigan
Gottlieb Ayedze, Maryland
Nathan Thomas, Louisiana
Tylan Grable, UCF

Probably UDFAs
Julian Pearl, Illinois
Andrew Coker, TCU
Frank Crum, Wyoming
Josiah Ezirim, Eastern Kentucky
Ethan Driskell, Marshall
Anim Dankwah, Howard
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Chieftain 09:31 PM 03-05-2024
Guyton is a RT.
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Chieftain 09:33 PM 03-05-2024
Fautanu is the only guy worth a lick that I would draft over a receiver. I don't think he falls that low, though.
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duncan_idaho 10:10 PM 03-05-2024
Originally Posted by kccrow:
Here's an update. If you think I'm off or not looking at someone, put it out there. I forget more than I remember anymore.

LT Prospects
1. Joe Alt, Notre Dame
2. Olu Fashanu, Penn State
3. Troy Fautanu, Washington
4. Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma
5. Kingsley Suamataia, BYU
6. Kiran Amegadjie, Yale
7. Patrick Paul, Houston
8. Brandon Coleman, TCU
9. Zion Nelson, Miami

RT Prospects
1. JC Latham, Alabama
2. Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State
3. Amarius Mims, Georgia (maybe LT conversion)
4. Blake Fisher, Notre Dame
5. Matt Goncalves, Pitt
6. Javon Foster, Missouri
7. Caeden Wallace, Penn State
8. Christian Jones, Texas
9. Walter Rouse, Oklahoma

OTs that will more than likely be OG/OCs
Jordan Morgan, Arizona
Graham Barton, Duke
Sataoa Laumea, Utah
Roger Rosengarten, Washington
Dominick Puni, Kansas
Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State
Delmar Glaze, Maryland
LaDarius Henderson, Michigan
Gottlieb Ayedze, Maryland
Nathan Thomas, Louisiana
Tylan Grable, UCF

Probably UDFAs
Julian Pearl, Illinois
Andrew Coker, TCU
Frank Crum, Wyoming
Josiah Ezirim, Eastern Kentucky
Ethan Driskell, Marshall
Anim Dankwah, Howard
I'd swap Suamataia and Guyton. And I think Guyton and Mims are both viewed as LT because of their athletic ability by NFL teams. Other than that, looks pretty good.

I'm hopeful that one of Fautanu or Suamataia will fall to the end of the 1st round. Everyone can't go in the first, after all...
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Chris Meck 10:11 PM 03-05-2024
It's also possible that as previously thought, Taylor could play LT. Morris played both sides in college. If they take another in the early rounds, they might just roll and sort it out in camp.
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kcbubb 11:28 AM 03-06-2024
Amarius Mims is intriguing to me. He appears to be a freak athlete for his size. His talent and size are generational. He’s only started 8 games though. I think I’d roll the dice and trade up to around 25 if he fell that far though. He’s gotta be better Orlando brown. Would you trade up for Mims?

Mims coming in at 6-foot-7 3/4 and 340 pounds. Mims showcased his unique athleticism. Mims clocked an impressive unofficial time of 5.07 during the 40-yard dash. His freakish build was on display with 11 1/4″ hands, 36 and 1/8″ arms and an 86 and 3/4″ wingspan. He posted a 25 1/2″ vertical jump and a 9’3″ broad jump. Mims is built solid.
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RunKC 10:56 AM 03-08-2024
FWIW Tony Pauline said we are very high on Jordan Morgan. Idk much about Pauline though
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Titty Meat 10:59 AM 03-08-2024
Originally Posted by kcbubb:
Amarius Mims is intriguing to me. He appears to be a freak athlete for his size. His talent and size are generational. Hes only started 8 games though. I think Id roll the dice and trade up to around 25 if he fell that far though. Hes gotta be better Orlando brown. Would you trade up for Mims?

Mims coming in at 6-foot-7 3/4 and 340 pounds. Mims showcased his unique athleticism. Mims clocked an impressive unofficial time of 5.07 during the 40-yard dash. His freakish build was on display with 11 1/4″ hands, 36 and 1/8″ arms and an 86 and 3/4″ wingspan. He posted a 25 1/2″ vertical jump and a 93″ broad jump. Mims is built solid.
We don't have the picks to trade up
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louie aguiar 12:08 PM 03-08-2024
Originally Posted by RunKC:
FWIW Tony Pauline said we are very high on Jordan Morgan. Idk much about Pauline though
Short arms - probably not a prospect that we would look at to play LT
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Couch-Potato 08:53 PM 03-11-2024
I'm coming around on Patrick Paul, any chance he's there at #64 with a 9.96 RAS?

https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2024/...-met-with-team

I see we're not the biggest fans from previous posts.
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