If things don’t pan out for the Kansas City Chiefs at running back or receiver, they can ask their new GM to fill in. Brett Veach, who was announced as the Chiefs new GM on Monday night, has played running back in high school and receiver in college and we have highlights of both.
First, check out this shifty back at Mount Carmel High School in Pennsylvania. He almost looks like a faster version of Dexter McCluster the way he’s bouncing around there. (I don’t know, you got a better comp?)
Brett Veach of Mount Carmel @MCASchDist is the new GM of the KC Chiefs! Here's Brett in the 1996 state championship game: pic.twitter.com/MI1VHPFrO7— Eyewitness Sports (@SPORTS_WBRE) July 11, 2017
Then there’s college where he caught this touchdown pass from ... Chiefs OC Matt Nagy! The NFL is as much a who-you-know league as you thought. These two would soon both get a job working for Andy Reid.
Nagy to Veach in 2000 win over Nova #100Days100Plays
Matt Nagy finds Brett Veach for a score that started the comeback win over Nova in 2000 #100Days100PlaysPosted by Delaware Football on Sunday, July 31, 2016
I doubt Veach would crack the Chiefs depth chart at running back but at receiver? I’d give him a shot.