The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to take a long look at some of the cornerbacks available in the 2016 NFL Draft. Following the departure of Sean Smith to the Oakland Raiders in free agency, cornerback is probably the Chiefs biggest need at this point.
One of the names that will be mentioned among draftniks leading up to April 28 is Ohio State's Eli Apple, who has plans to meet with about half the league.
I'm told former #OhioState CB Eli Apple has visits and/or meetings with more than 16 teams, including the #Jags, #Bucs, #Rams and #Dolphins.— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) March 17, 2016
As we noted in our Mackensie Alexander post, the Chiefs will probably meet with their first round pick. The Chiefs can bring a player to their facility or they can go meet the player at their college facility. Often the latter happens after a pro day workout (Ohio State's was earlier this week).