The Kansas City Chiefs are looking for future players in a place that is a hotbed for NFL talent -- Kansas University.
OK, for those of you Jayhawk followers, you know that's a big exaggeration. But Kansas did hold its pro day on Wednesday as 10 players worked out for NFL scouts.
Here are the players that worked out: linebacker Drew Dudley, defensive back Chris Harris, defensive end Jake Laptad, running back Angus Quigley, punter Alonso Rojas, defensive back Calvin Rubles, linebacker Justin Springer, offensive tackle Brad Thorson, wide receiver Johnathan Wilson and defensive end Quintin Woods.
And the teams that attended in addition to the Chiefs (via a school-issued press release): Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles.
Lawrence is less than an hour from the Chiefs facilities so their presence makes sense logistically.
Let us commence the Mizzou fans telling us that the KU prospects are terrible and the KU fans telling us Mizzou fans don't know what they're talking about.