The Kansas City Chiefs saw their director of football operations attend the Baylor and Houston pro days last week. Today we learn that Chiefs GM John Dorsey personally attended the Ole Miss pro day on Monday. This according to the Ole Miss Twitter account.
Dorsey is a scout at heart so it's no surprise to see him out on the road. There are a few notable prospects working out, including the likely No. 1 pick. OT Laremy Tunsil is expected by many to be the Titans selection for the No. 1 pick. He looked strong in drills and seems to be as close to a sure thing as you can get in the NFL Draft.
Two other prospects that could interest the Chiefs are DT Robert Nkemdiche and WR Laquon Treadwell. Both players could fall to the Chiefs ... or they could both be gone. It's still too early to know that. Nkemdiche has freakish athletic skill but plenty of off the field questions, especially after he fell out of a window this offseason (yes, a window). We talked recently about how interesting that scenario would be for the Chiefs. Treadwell is the draft's top WR but there is recently chatter that he could fall after a slow 40-yard dash at the Ole Miss pro day.
SB Nation's Ole Miss blog, Red Cup Rebellion, has more on the pro day.