KC Chiefs mock draft roundup: Moving on from Odell Beckham Jr.

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

With only a week left before the NFL Draft, we take a final look at who the experts have the Chiefs leaning towards.

I'm not going to give a big three-paragraph intro here, since everybody is going to skip it for the picks anyway. This is the final mock draft roundup folks, lets go:

SB Nation's Dan Kadar: Marqise Lee, WR, USC

Marqise Lee has been getting a staggeringly low amount of buzz leading up to the draft. That may mean he's dropping in the first round. Make no mistake, though, he's a highly talented player who was often the victim of injury or poor quarterback play at Southern California.

CBS Sports' Pete Prisco: Jimmie Ward, FS, Northern Illinois

He would team with Eric Berry to give them a heck of a combination.

CBS Sports' Rob Rang: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA

With three blockers lost to free agency -- including Pro Bowl tackle Branden Albert -- former offensive line coach Andy Reid's top priority may be addressing the front wall. Su'a-Filo is reliable in pass protection and has the athletic ability to get out and block at the second level, traits that make him an ideal fit in Andy Reid's screen-heavy offense.

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler: Marqise Lee, WR, USC

Andy Reid and John Dorsey will be looking to add explosive weapons on offense and Lee would give Alex Smith another target.

CBS Sports' Pat Kirwan: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State

Here's a solid young man who handles himself like a pro already and he plays a position the Chiefs need to upgrade. Andy Reid will see the 'DeSean Jackson' model in Cooks.

Drafttek: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana

Cody Latimer had a great Pro Day and is now getting buzz that he could be picked as early as late in the First Round. Until then, it has been hard to evaluate him. In three seasons at Indiana, Latimer caught 135 passes for 2,042 yards and 17 touchdowns. That is excellent production considering he was working with less-than-elite QBs. However, a broken bone in his foot kept him from running and doing position drills at the Combine. The Chiefs have been looking hard at big-bodied Wide Receivers.

Sporting News' Eric Galko: Marqise Lee, WR, USC

The Chiefs could look at a variety of options on defense, but if Lee is available, adding him to a receiver unit that, after Dwayne Bowe, is lackluster, would be a big win for Alex Smith and this offense.

Yahoo's Shaun King: Marqise Lee, WR, USC

Donny Avery is the starting WR opposite Dwayne Bowe. Lee would be an instant upgrade and also brings that yards-after-catch ability the Chiefs currently lack.

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