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Vanderbilt CB Joejuan Williams, two others are reportedly visiting Kansas City

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Another couple of pre-draft visits happening this week to report.

Earlier this morning we told you about two Chiefs pre-draft visits reportedly happening this week. Well, we can add three more to the list:

Our visit disclaimer: There are pre-draft visits and there are workouts. Players that visit the Chiefs’ facility do not physically work out — those are just visits where prospects meet the coaching staff and/or front office, as well as go through a physical. The Chiefs can work a player out someplace else, such as before or after their pro day on campus. Teams are allowed 30 players to visit their facility.

Vanderbilt cornerback Joejuan Williams

Williams is listed at 6 feet 3 and 208 pounds. He had his best season in Vanderbilt during his final season, in which he recorded 61 tackles (48 solo), four interceptions and 13 pass breakups. He was named to the 2018 Associated Press All-SEC second team and made the 2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Here are some highlights of Williams against Ole Miss in 2018 (five tackles, four pass breakups, one interception).

Spider graph via Mockdraftable:

Penn State cornerback Amani Oruwariye

Oruwariye is listed at 6 feet 1 and 203 pounds. He was named All-Big Ten first team by the Associated Press for his senior season in 2018, when he compiled 51 tackles (40 solo), including 2.0 tackles for loss, three interceptions, 12 pass breakups and one forced fumble.

Here are some highlights from his senior season:

Spider graph via Mockdraftable:

Mississippi State defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons

Simmons is listed at 6 feet 4 and 300 pounds. He had an incident caught on videotape in March 2016 but has since kept a clean record. As a senior in 2018, Simmons led the Mississippi State team with 17 tackles for loss. Simmons also had 63 tackles (25 solo), two sacks, seven quarterback hits and one forced fumble during the season. Experts widely regarded Simmons as a top-tier first-round pick before tearing his ACL while “going through position drills” as he prepared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Here are his highlights from 2018:

To stay informed on all the players in which the Chiefs have shown interest, be sure to check out AP’s Chiefs draft prospect visit and workout tracker.