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Chiefs draft results: Georgia ILB Ramik Wilson is the fourth round pick

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With the 118th pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select Georgia ILB Ramik Wilson.

Wilson visited with the Chiefs at the NFL Combine so he was on our list of players the Chiefs could be considering. The Chiefs at inside linebacker have Josh Mauga, who just signed a three-year extension, and Derrick Johnson, who is 32 and coming off an Achilles injury.

His NFL comparison is Zaviar Gooden, according to this profile.

Wilson could use more thump in his game. He will occasionally flash explosiveness, but we don't see it enough. Productive over the last two years, with ability to come in and help on special teams. Attack- oriented defense could turn Wilson into a more urgent player, but he might have to prove he can be more than just a backup linebacker.

He is the second Georgia player drafted by the Chiefs this year and the fourth overall by Andy Reid and John Dorsey.

2015 NFL Draft schedule

Saturday, May 2 - 11 a.m. CT (Rounds 4-6 - 5 Minutes Per Pick, Round 7 - 4 Minutes Per Pick)

The final compensatory picks are also four minutes.

TV: NFL Network and ESPN / ESPN2

Streaming online:

Chiefs remaining picks

Round 1 (18) No. 18 overall (Washington CB Marcus Peters)

Round 2: (17) No. 49 overall (Missouri OL Mitch Morse)

Round 3: (16) No. 76 overall (Georgia WR Chris Conley)

Round 3: (34) No. 98 overall (Oregon State DB Steven Nelson)

Round 4: (19) No. 118 overall

Round 5: (36) No. 172 overall (Compensatory)

Round 5: (37) No. 173 overall (Compensatory)

Round 6: (17) No. 193 overall (traded to Vikings)

Round 6: (42) No. 217 overall (Compensatory)

Round 7: (16) No. 233 overall

*Note that Chiefs comp picks can not be traded.

What to know about the Chiefs draft (so far)

Meet Marcus Peters, Chiefs first round pick

The Internet reacts to Mitch Morse

Aaron Murray wanted Chiefs to draft Chris Conley

Steven Nelson can play inside or out

Best remaining players

Chiefs draft grades

Chiefs 2015 NFL Draft coverage

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