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Well my point,   Niang was also injured for the majority of the year prior to us drafting him.. and sat at for covid as well.     I don't think either are an actual injury risk,    was just pointing out if you feel that way about Little,  the same could be said for Niang.   I think both injuries are non factors.

 

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Another new list. This one is Drafttek

31: R1 P31 WR Rashod Bateman - Minnesota
63: R2 P31 OT Walker Little - Stanford
94: R3 P30 LB Cameron McGrone - Michigan
136: R4 P31 C Quinn Meinerz - UW-Whitewater
144: R4 P39 S Caden Sterns - Texas
176: R5 P31 WR Nico Collins - Michigan
180: R5 P35 TE Noah Gray - Duke
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15 hours ago, samsel23 said:

 I don't think either are an actual injury risk,    was just pointing out if you feel that way about Little,  the same could be said for Niang. 

Niang is already on board. I hope his injury does become a "non-factor". But long term his injury will always "hang out there."

Little on the other hand is a big question mark. Can he even practice? Could he even contribute, if needed this year?

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2 hours ago, mayanfootball said:

Niang is already on board. I hope his injury does become a "non-factor". But long term his injury will always "hang out there."

Little on the other hand is a big question mark. Can he even practice? Could he even contribute, if needed this year?

This is a long winded way of saying, I don't trust the medics to get it right.

We already know he can practice and we have a chance to test for lingering issues. As to contributing, given his experience level, that would be an issue regardless of the injury. Discount his status whatever the docs think is appropriate and trust your evals.

J

 

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22 hours ago, onejayhawk said:

This is a long winded way of saying, I don't trust the medics to get it right.

Please don't put words in my mouth.

I can trust the medics and still realize each body is different and can respond to treatment differently.

That said, I could take him as a second OT and give him the opportunity to prove himself.

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New list, Jets Hub.

31: R1 P31 LB Zaven Collins - Tulsa
63: R2 P31 C Creed Humphrey - Oklahoma
94: R3 P30 WR Elijah Moore - Ole Miss
136: R4 P31 OT Jaylon Moore - Western Michigan
144: R4 P39 EDGE Adetokunbo Ogundeji - Notre Dame
176: R5 P31 S Brady Breeze - Oregon
180: R5 P35 WR Cade Johnson - South Dakota State
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31 Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa; NO brainer, replace Hitchens

63 James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati; developmental OT

94 Deonte Brown, IOL, Alabama; starter at LG; will keep Mahomes upright and great run blocker.

136 Walker Little, OT, Stanford; some of you guys are screaming for this pick, so here ya go. Can he play?

144 Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan; replace Bashaud Breeland or  C.Ward

176 Drake Jackson, IOL, Kentucky; backup Center; agile, zone blocker

180 Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State; send this guy thru the interior to catch.

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Shoot whoever drew up the big board. If you swap Hudson and Little, it makes a lot more sense. Even then, you miss both the 5th round picks. 

J

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10 minutes ago, onejayhawk said:

If you swap Hudson and Little, it makes a lot more sense.

Nah. Hudson is healthy and pretty good at OT. Needs a little help first tho.

Again. Little has medical issues that drag him down a bit.

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2 hours ago, onejayhawk said:

It's that Huson's a 3rd/4th round type and Little is potentially a 1st round type. 

J

Key word "potentially". You think he's a 1st.rd. pick. "Thedraftnetwork" thinks he's a 4th.rd. pick. Hudson is listed as a 2nd.rd. pick. The difference is possibly due to health concerns.

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31  Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan; no brainer, plug n play Left OT

63  Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama; starter at MLB, replace Hitchens

94  Deonte Brown, IOL, Alabama; starter at LG. Mountain of a man; pass protection with Mayfield will keep      Mahomes safe

136  Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan; replace C.Ward or B.Breeland

144  Darrick Forrest, S, Cincinnati; swiss arm knife; replacement for Dan Sorensen

176  Dazz Newsome, WR, North Carolina; replacement for Watkins; slot receiver.

180  Drake Jackson, IOL, Kentucky; backup Center; zone blocking and agile

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This is from an article. It assumes Fisher was released:

Round 1, Pick 31: Samuel Cosmi, Offensive Tackle
Round 2, Pick 63: Amon-Ra St. Brown, Wide Receiver
Round 3, Pick 94: Trey Hill, Guard/Center
Round 4, Pick 136: Amari Rodgers, Wide Receiver
Round 4, Pick 144: Talanoa Hufanga, Safety
Round 5, Pick 176: Bobby Brown III, Nose Tackle
Round 5, Pick 180: Tay Gowan, Cornerback
https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/kansas_city_chiefs_mock_offseason_part_3_mock_draft_and_final_roster/s1_16631_34277261

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There are a lot of new lists. This one is Kingdom ConnectN

31: R1 P31 WR Rashod Bateman - Minnesota
63: R2 P31 TE Brevin Jordan - Green Bay Packers
94: R3 P30 EDGE Dayo Odeyingbo - Vanderbilt
136: R4 P31 C Drake Jackson - Kentucky
144: R4 P39 S Joshuah Bledsoe - Missouri
176: R5 P31 WR Demetric Felton - UCLA
180: R5 P35 WR Dazz Newsome - N. Carolina
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