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These 2015 NFL mock drafts show how little consensus there is for Kansas City Chiefs

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Nobody seems to know what the Chiefs will do. Just the way John Dorsey likes it.

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Confirmed: We have no idea who the Kansas City Chiefs will be picking in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. And it seems no one else does either.

SB Nation's Dan Kadar collected 20 different 2015 NFL mock drafts around the Internet and tallied up the picks. The result is this list of 11 players:

15 percent Cameron Erving 
15 percent Jaelen Strong 
15 percent La'el Collins 
10 percent Andrus Peat 
10 percent D.J. Humphries 
10 percent Ereck Flowers 
5 percent Breshad Perriman 
5 percent Eric Kendricks 
5 percent Jalen Collins 
5 percent Kevin Johnson 
5 percent Phillip Dorsett

A few things about this list:

  • You can never have too many offensive linemen.
  • These mocks are also missing a position that should be represented: defensive end. I would consider that to be one of the Chiefs top positions of need, along with cornerback and offensive line.
  • There should be more cornerbacks. I could make a pretty strong argument that cornerback should be the Chiefs top position of need right now.

SB Nation collected these picks for each team. Check it out here.