NFL Draft Scout has him at a fourth to fifth round grade. Obviously that can go up or down in the next couple of months. Listed at 6'4 and 307 pounds, Douglas played tackle at Arizona State but could convert to guard in the NFL. Andy Reid likes those guys who can play multiple positions. It's also interesting to note that the Packers, GM John Dorsey's former team, also met with him.
This is also interesting:
Jamil Douglas played LT in college, told me he worked out with Jeff Allen last summer. Douglas said Chiefs talked to him about playing G.— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) February 18, 2015
The Chiefs should be in the market for an interior offensive lineman somewhere in the middle of the draft. That seems like a spot where you can find some nice value for guards or even centers. What makes this year even nicer for the Chiefs is that they should have at least a couple of extra mid-round compensatory picks. Those picks can be between the third and seventh round and the Chiefs could receive as many as four total comp picks ... prime spot for an offensive lineman.
We'll try to track some of these interviews that the Chiefs have had but don't read all that much into it. They'll talk to so many different players between now and the draft.