We mentioned the Alabama pro day yesterday because we figured that sounds like a workout the Kansas City Chiefs would attend (considering they pick more SEC players than any other conference) and it's been confirmed that every team was in attendance at Wednesday's pro day, including the Chiefs.
That means the Chiefs were on-hand to check out a few of the Crimson Tide prospects coming out. The ones I'm most familiar with will likely be gone by the time the Chiefs are picking.
There was DT Marcell Dareus who is in the running to be the No 1 pick in the draft. It looks like he's set to be at least a top 10 pick and the first or second defensive tackle off the board.
There was also WR Julio Jones, who didn't work out because of an injury he suffered around the Combine. I've already told you I'd love to have him in Kansas City but it's hard to see him slipping.
RB Mark Ingram was in attendance which could interest the Chiefs. They may need another running back but it's hard to see them using a first round pick on one.
QB Greg McElroy could also be of interest to the Chiefs. He didn't work out as he recovers from an injury.
Only six more weeks to find out if we'll have another Alabama player in Kansas City.