Grading the Chiefs 2010 Draft

I am basing this largley on the rookies 2010 performance/contributions and the value they presented at that pick compared to what they contributed in 2010, not as much on a hypothetical future projection:

#5 Eric Berry, A stepped in immediatley and played from day 1. Night and day difference from Mike Brown. Has room for improvement but thats another debate. Remarkable concept using your 1st rd draft pick on a guy who make an impact year 1 (thats you TJackass!)

#36 Dexter McCluster WR/RB, D, take away his September performance and its an F. This isn't a judge on him as a person but his ability to contribute to the Chiefs. At best he will be Dante Hall 2.0, drafted at #153, overreach, too small and gets pushed around easily, a few hghlights on Sportscenter doesn't warrant this high a pick.

  REDRAFT: Nate Allen, this would have put Jon McGraw on the bench and soldified our safeties for years to come.

#50 Javier Arenas C, decent player but an overreach for a nickel back who can normally be found in mid and late rouunds. A decent player who contributed and even briefly flirted with the slot wr on offense (Roy Green 2.0?) but the Chiefs had other more pressing needs.

  REDRAFT: Terrence Cody, yes hes fat and lazy, Pioli got over that when he drafted Tyson Jackson. Puzzling we go to a 3-4 but don't address the NT, the Ravens game taught us well without bulk in the middle your whistling dixie.

# 68 Jon Asamoah A, saw some playing time even in the backfield as a FB, has a nasty streak, could he be our next C? Remember in 09' we drafted Alex Magee here who was swapped to Tampa for a Doug Williams worn pair of socks

#93 Tony Moeaki A, 2n on the team in rcvg and broke Tony Gonzalez rookie mark. The only other viable receiving threat besides Jamaal Charles and Dwayne Bowe. Without him this may be a 6-10 team.

#136 Kendrick Lewis B, not a bad pickup iin the 5th, had been projected as high as 2nd rd, had some inconsistency though but good grab in the 5th

#142 Cameron Sheffield, I for incomplete/injured. showed promise in pre-season prior to injury, may save the Chiefs a draft pick in 2011.    

  42%  A
Overall B+

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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