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Kansas City Chiefs met with these NFL Draft prospects at the Combine

Who the Chiefs talked to at the Combine.

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We have 24 names on the list of players said to have interviewed with the Kansas City Chiefs at the 2015 NFL Combine last weekend. To show you how incomplete that is, we're not even halfway there. The Chiefs can host formal interviews with up to 60 players at the NFL Combine. And, as you know, an interview does not necessarily mean there's a lot of interest. The Chiefs are still in fact-finding mode on some of these players.

On this list there are a number of first round caliber players, including several offensive linemen, wide receivers and even cornerback. The Chiefs know that the draft can fall a bunch of different ways (who saw Johnny Football falling last year?) so they need to be prepared for all kinds of scenarios.

The biggest name here is former Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham. If he were completely clean off the field and had more production in college, we'd be talking about him as a top 10 pick and the first receiver off the board. Except there's more to the story. DGB had multiple incidents at Missouri that will make the Chiefs take pause. He also hasn't played football in more than a year after getting booted from Mizzou and transferring to Oklahoma. Still, it's hard to ignore that insane physical talent. Read what Chiefs GM John Dorsey had to say about him here.

A couple of my favorites on this list of Iowa's Brandon Scherff and LSU's La'el Collins. They're both likely to be selected ahead of the Chiefs at the 18th pick. But if they did fall? You could do a lot worse than either of those players. Either one would go a long way to helping shore up the Chiefs o-line issues.

Click the link below on the player for the source of the information. Again, this is not a complete list of interviews. The Chiefs don't release this list. So there are obviously more players involved. The Chiefs have plenty of chances to talk to any of these players more in depth before the NFL Draft in April and May.


Utah's Nate Orchard
TCU's Paul Dawson
Kentucky's Alvin Dupree
USC's JR Tavai
Georgia's Ramik Wilson

Offensive linemen

Iowa's Brandon Scherff
LSU's La'el Collins
Texas A&M's Cedric Ogbuehi
Miami's Ereck Flowers
Arizona State's Jamil Douglas
South Carolina's AJ Cann
Hobart's Ali Marpet
Florida's DJ Humphries
Florida State's Bobby Hart
Utah's Cedric Poutasi
Missouri's Mitch Morse

Wide receiver

Oklahoma's Dorial Green-Beckham
Michigan's Devin Funchess
Michigan State's Keith Mumphery
UNLV's Devante Davis

Tight ends

USC's Maxx Williams


Washington's Marcus Peters
Utah's Eric Rowe


TCU's Chris Hackett

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