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2012 NFL Draft: KC Chiefs Have Met With DT From Old Dominion

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The Kansas City Chiefs search far and wide for potential players in the 2012 NFL draft and that includes the Old Dominion football program. According to the Virginian-Pilot, Ronnie Cameron, Old Dominion defensive tackle, has met with the Chiefs.

Per the report, Cameron, a 6'2" and 304-pound defensive tackle, has met with the Chiefs San Diego Chargers, Houston Texans, Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets and New York Giants.

He's projected as a late round pick or undrafted free agent. Here's what Old Dominion had to say about his accomplishments:

Ronnie Cameron, senior, Old Dominion, has been selected Second Team All-American for the 2011 college football season by The Associated Press. Cameron was second on the Monarch squad with 73 tackles (28 solo, 45 assisted) along with a team-leading 17 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. He averaged 5.6 tackles per game, which was fourth among defensive lineman in the CAA and finished second in the league in tackles for loss averaging 1.31 per contest.

What Cameron doesn't have going for him is that this is a really deep defensive tackle class. There's a lot of quality, especially at the top.

Another player to add to our Chiefs draft interests table.

(H/T Arrowheadlines)