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Add Four More Prospects the Chiefs Met With at the Senior Bowl

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We've got a slew of reports coming in regarding the players the Kansas City Chiefs representatives have talked with at the Senior Bowl. 

There's a linebacker, cornerback, free safety and defensive tackle (possibly 3-4 defensive end). Here's a rundown of the prospects:

LB Donald Butler (6'1", 243 pounds), Washington

Led the Washington Huskies with 94 total tackles and 15.5 tackles for loss. He also added two interceptions, a fumble recovery and three forced fumbles. He's projected to be a late round pick, maybe even an undrafted free agent.

NFLDraftScout.com Profile.

CB Brandon Ghee (6'0", 189 pounds), Wake Forest

Todd Haley was checking him out earlier today during practice as well. He's a 4.3-4.5 40 corner that's ranked 11th at his position. He's projected to go in the 2nd-3rd round.

NFLDraftScout.com Profile.

FS Tyrell Skinner (6'2", 214 pounds), Maryland

New Era Scouting said of his play today, "Ter­rell Skin­ner (Mary­land) has a nice, long frame and he can really move once he gets going.  But he is slow to react to the pass and his ball skills looked hor­rific at times.  He didn’t track the ball well and when he was there to make the inter­cep­tion, the ball just bounced off his hands a cou­ple times."

He's ranked as the 7th free safety on the board and projected to go in the middle rounds.

NFLDraftScout.com Profile.

DT Tyson Alualu (6'2", 291 pounds), California

NFLDraftScout.com says he's "not the strongest or quickest player up front this week, but always seemed to be around the ball because of his outstanding hustle. He pumped up his teammates and was often the first to greet them after they made a play. His ability to play outside at 291 pounds will also endear him to line coaches around the league."

He'll be at the NFL Combine and is projected to go anywhere from the 2nd-4th round.

NFLDraftScout.com Profile.

Thanks to Scout.com and DraftCountdown.com. H/T WesternChief.