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Which was better: Chiefs 2015 draft class or 2016?

The Kansas City Chiefs last couple of draft classes have been really good. Not only on hitting on a few stars but depth for days as well.

I’m not completely sure which draft class is better: 2015 or 2016? I know, it’s not three years out and it’s too early to judge them but we’re judging them for good reasons.

Let’s look at this again:

2015: CB Marcus Peters, C Mitch Morse, WR Chris Conley, CB Steven Nelson, LB Ramik Alexander, LB DJ Alexander, TE James O’Shaughnessy, DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches, WR Da’Ron Brown

2016: DT Chris Jones, CB KeiVarae Russell, G Parker Ehinger, S Eric Murray, WR Demarcus Robinson, QB Kevin Hogan, WR Tyreek Hill, CB DJ White, LB Dadi Nicolas

2016 has more blue chippers (Chris Jones, Tyreek Hill) than 2015 (Marcus Peters). 2015 has more starters now and probably down the line, too. There’s more depth in 2015 but 2016 has one of the best defensive players and one of the best offensive players on the team.

Which one ya got, 2015 or 2016?

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