Will KC Chiefs No. 1 pick be in New York on NFL Draft night?

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The 2013 NFL Draft will take place in New York from April 25-27. The first round will be on Thursday, the second and third on Friday and the rest of it on Saturday. Read on for a list of players attending the draft.

The Kansas City Chiefs first round pick will probably be in New York on the first night of the 2013 NFL Draft. The NFL released a list of 23 players who will attend Radio City Music Hall, a list that includes Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel and Central Michigan's Eric Fisher.

Others attending the draft who could be of interest to the Chiefs include Florida's Sharrif Floyd, who worked out privately for KC, and Oregon's Dion Jordan, who also worked out for KC. Maybe even Missouri's Sheldon Richardson, whose draft stock seems all over the place. If Mike Mayock were the GM of the Chiefs, we would include Alabama's Chance Warmack on this list, too.

In case of a trade down, the Chiefs could still be covered with Oklahoma's Lane Johnson, BYU's Ezekiel Ansah, or even Alabama's Dee Milliner, among others.

Notable names not listed here include Utah's Star Lotulelei who may or may not be on the Chiefs possible list of players considering he was not on the 2013 World Workout Tour conducted by Andy Reid and John Dorsey.

Oh, and Geno Smith will be there, too.

Attending the actual draft is fairly overrated. I've gone a couple of times, including Eric Berry's year. The problem is that once you take the Mel Kipers and Mike Mayock out of your draft viewing experience, you realize how much you miss those guys. I don't know anything about prospects going in the 4-7 rounds so Mayock and Kiper become invaluable at that point. By being at the draft, you miss all that. And the internet connection is historically bad. But being there to see Jets fans boo? Now that might make the entire thing worth it.

1)

Ezekiel Ansah

DE

Brigham Young

13)

Barkevious Mingo

DE

Louisiana State

2)

Tavon Austin

WR

West Virginia

14)

Cordarrelle Patterson

WR

Tennessee

3)

Jonathan Cooper

G

North Carolina

15)

Eric Reid

S

Louisiana State

4)

Eric Fisher

T

Central Michigan

16)

Xavier Rhodes

CB

Florida State

5)

Sharrif Floyd

DT

Florida

17)

Sheldon Richardson

DT

Missouri

6)

D.J. Fluker

T

Alabama

18)

Geno Smith

QB

West Virginia

7)

Luke Joeckel

T

Texas A&M

19)

Desmond Trufant

CB

Washington

8)

Lane Johnson

T

Oklahoma

20)

Kenny Vaccaro

S

Texas

9)

Dion Jordan

DE

Oregon

21)

Chance Warmack

G

Alabama

10)

Eddie Lacy

RB

Alabama

22)

Menelik Watson

T

Florida State

11)

E.J. Manuel

QB

Florida State

23)

Bjoern Werner

DE

Florida State

12)

Dee Milliner

CB

Alabama

More reading:

Draft Dion Jordan? Risky

Eric Fisher, potential No. 1 pick, speaks to KC media

Veteran free agent safety visiting KC

Breaking down the H-backs in the draft

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