clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Chiefs Continue Looking At 2011 NFL Draft Prospects

New, comments

The Kansas City Chiefs continue the process of scouting prospects for the 2011 NFL draft. We'll never have a complete list of the guys they worked out or brought in for a visit but we're doing our best to whittle away at the prospects. 

Fresno State OLB Chris Carter worked out for the Chiefs. The 6'1", 248 pound linebacker is projected to go in the third round of the 2011 NFL draft. Chiefs GM Scott Pioli previously worked with Fresno State head coach Pat Hill so he probably has some good information on Carter. 

The Chiefs have requested film on DE Mason Bodine after Nebraska's pro day. He went to the University of Nebraska at Kearney so he's a small school guy. He stands 6'7" and weighs 255 pounds as he snagged 155 career tackles and 23.5 sacks in two years as a starter. 

Central Missouri WR Jamorris Warren worked out at the Missouri pro day last month, which the Chiefs attended, and he's caught their eye, according to a report. The Chiefs are a number of teams interested in Warren, who ended the 2010 season with a whopping 109 receptions for 1,458 yards and 20 touchdowns. Those are some big-time numbers. He's 6'1" and 197 pounds.

These two guys could be undrafted free agents but, with the current labor situation, there won't be any undrafted free agents. So let's hope the Chiefs scouting work on these guys won't go to waste. 

(H/T tomahawk44)