Future Chiefs At The Senior Bowl

During the Senior Bowl there are always reports of Team A spotted talking with a player and then it's tweeted and then fans like us get all worked up because we either love or hate that player.

Those are fun because you learn more about each particular player but in the long run the Kansas City Chiefs, or any other team, talking to a particular player doesn't necessarily mean anything.

Nevertheless, there are a lot of tweets and reports of players talking to Chiefs scouts. A few of the ones I've seen today...

The Chiefs chatted with DT Kendall Reyes, a 6'4" 300 pounds out of Connecticut. He's expected to be a second or third round pick this year. Also with Notre Dame SS Harrison Smith, 6'2", 212 pounds. He's expected to be a mid-round pick.

And my candidate for best name: Senio Kelemete. He's a guard out of Washington listed at 6'4" and 300 pounds. He's expected to be a mid round pick.

And in other draft updates...there's a small school guy, WR Thomas Mayo out of California (PA), who was one of many who connected with KC at the East-West Shrine game. He's listed at 6'2" and 207 pounds. There's also a late-round guy, ILB Shawn Loiseau out of Merrimack, who has spoken to Chiefs scouts.

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