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Full list of participants at Chiefs’ local pro day

The Chiefs held their local pro day on Friday in Kansas City.

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The Kansas City Chiefs hosted their annual local pro day on Friday, inviting 40 players to their facility to work out in front of the coaching and personnel staff.

Here is the list of the players, courtesy of old friend BJ Kissel and Chiefs dot com:

Chiefs local pro day participants

Player POS College
Player POS College
Kendall Adams DS Kansas State
Alex Barnes RB Kansas State
Finis Stribling DC Missouri
Kyrion Parker WR Central Missouri
Cam Hilton DS Missouri
Duke Shelley DC Kansas State
Brandin Dandridge DC Missouri Western
Justin Hobbs WR Tulsa
Corey Fatony PT Missouri
Emanuel Hall WR Missouri
John Wirtel LS Kansas
Joe Dineen LB Kansas
Peyton Bender QB Kansas
David Tullis LS Kansas State
Brandon Lee LB Missouri
Terez Hall LB Missouri
Austin Burau TE Missouri Western
Dalton Harmon LS Kansas State
Kendall Blanton TE Missouri
Josh Watson LB Colorado State
Tony Lashley LB Boise State
Andrew Reinkemeyer TE South Alabama
Seth Hebert TE Central Missouri
Abdul Beecham OG Kansas State
Terry Beckner DT Missouri
Alex Fontana OC Kansas
Walter Palmore DT Missouri
Derrick Puni OT Central Missouri
Amani Bledsoe DT Oklahoma
Freedom Akinmoladun DE Nebraska
Shakial Taylor DC Kansas
Jeremiah Booker WR Kansas
Kendall Morris RB Kansas
Deron Thompson RB Kansas
Ryan Schadler WR Kansas
Kevin Pendleton OG Missouri
Josh Caldwell RB NW Missouri State
Dwayne Wallace OG Kansas
Denzel Strong RB Emporia State
Samson Bailey OG Missouri

As Kissel notes in is article for the mothership, this was one of the first opportunities for the new defensive staff led by coordinator Steve Spagnuolo to work with some players.

“These [new coaches] have a lot of energy, and we were all joking earlier, I think some of our position groups are in for a little bit of a culture shock when we go to training camp because these guys are intense,” Veach said, per Kissel. “They’re passionate and they really get after it. It was great to see those guys get out there and I’m already looking forward to OTAs and having these guys get their hands on our guys.”

That is encouraging.

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.

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