The Kansas City Chiefs safety spot is considered by quite a few folks to be the biggest need out there. They haven't signed a safety since free agency started so we're starting to think the Chiefs will use the draft to address it. They've done due diligence on quite a few safeties leading up to the draft and we've got another big name to add to the mix.
USC safety Taylor Mays is visiting with the Chiefs, according to a couple of reports (AP reader liquorstoreclerk posted this first the other day).
Mays has meetings scheduled with the Browns on Thursday, the Chiefs on Sunday, then on to Cincinnati, but has not decided if he will travel to New York City for the Draft.
Mays seemingly has all the physical tools, which is a start but more questions than answers have popped up about him in pre-draft.
With his former coach in Austin attending Texas' pro day, Mays admitted his pre-draft routine is the opposite of how he was treated as a top player in high school.
"Man, when I was recruited, they were loving me up and telling me everything in the world. Now, they killing me," he said with a laugh.
Mays figures to be a possibility with the Chiefs first pick in the second round.