The Kansas City Chiefs go with their second Georgia player of the draft by selecting Ramik Wilson in the fourth round. Wilson is an inside linebacker for the Chiefs, which happens to be one of the positions we thought they would be addressing this year.
The overall reaction to Wilson seems to be positive. It's a position the Chiefs needed to address and there are good reports on Wilson. I'll be curious to see where he fits on the current depth chart with Derrick Johnson and Josh Mauga.
Here's what the Internet is saying about Ramik Wilson.
Chiefs scout Dom Green said Ramik Wilson is "big, he's fast, can run and hit." Green raving about Wilson.— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) May 2, 2015
Green said WIlson will be an ILB. Played in base and nickel packages, but he came out on dime packages. Has cover skills, 33-inch arms.— Tod Palmer (@todpalmer) May 2, 2015
With the 118th pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select Ramik Wilson, ILB. UGA. Great value; heady + strong. He thumps.— Dion Caputi (@nfldraftupdate) May 2, 2015
Not a Ramik Wilson fan. Needs a map to find the ball.— Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) May 2, 2015
118. KC - Ramik Wilson, LB. A very heady player, was better than his counterpart Amarlo Herrera. Good going downhill. #Ethanalysis— Ethan Hammerman (@Ethanhamm) May 2, 2015
New Chief LB Ramik Wilson only had 6 missed tackles on the year, and had the 8th best Tackling Efficiency among draft eligible Power 5 LBs— Nathan Jahnke (@PFF_NateJahnke) May 2, 2015
Loved the Chiefs pick of Ramik Wilson. Missed out on the ILB parade yesterday and still landed a good one here. Good laterally, experienced.— Dion Caputi (@nfldraftupdate) May 2, 2015