We haven't heard much news at all about the Kansas City Chiefs and their plans for the 2011 NFL draft. It's a little harder this year predicting what GM Scott Pioli will do now that the Chiefs hold the 21st pick and not a top five pick.
One of the players they'll look at is Ohio WR Terrence McCrae, according to Aaron Wilson of National Football Post. Wilson reports the Chiefs, as well as the Miami Dolphins, will conduct campus interviews with McCrae on Thursday at Ohio's pro day. They'll interview a lot of players like this so we have no idea what kind of interest they may have.
McCrae comes in at 6'3" and 198 pounds as a prospect that may not be drafted (judging by his positional ranking per various websites). He's expected to run in the 4.4 range on his 40-yard dash, according to Wilson. Here's what NFL Draft Scout's scouting report had to say about him:
WR Terrence McCrae doesn't get a ton of chances in Ohio's run-heavy offense, but he can be a difference maker. He leads Ohio with 32 catches for 481 yards this season, but nine of those receptions have went for touchdowns -- which ties an Ohio record. At 6-foot-4, McCrae becomes a real weapon in the end zone; he has four TD catches this year on fade routes of 10 yards or less this season where he's able to out-jump opposing defensive backs.
Let's say he's not drafted. That means there better be a new CBA in place because, if there's not, undrafted free agents won't be able to sign with anyone.
Any Ohio Bobcats fans out there know much about McCrae?