Over the past week, B/R held its first ever community NFL mock draft, in anticipation of the real-live event that will take place in less than four weeks.
Here are my grades for every Chiefs pick in this mock draft.
With the Chiefs first pick in this mock draft, Derek Estes went with former Iowa OT Riley Reiff.
He ended his collegiate career by starting 33 straight games at LT for the Hawkeyes, and showed the ability to be an effective run-blocker and pass-blocker during his time at the school.
Although, I do think that Reiff will become a solid player in the NFL, I wouldn't be a fan of this pick if Stanford's David DeCastro is still available when KC makes this selection, which seems very likely at this point.
Reiff is more versatile than DeCastro, considering that he can play either OT or OG, but DeCastro is a dominant guard that Kansas City could plug in as their starting LG and not have to worry about potentially drafting LT Branden Albert's replacement, which would happen if they draft Reiff in the first round.
It's easy to see why the Chiefs wouldn't want to take a cornerback this high in the draft, considering that they already have two starters in Brandon Flowers and Stanford Routt, and a nickel corner in Javier Arenas, already on the roster.
However, they will need as many quality CBs as they can get, now that four-time MVP quarterback Peyton Manning is playing in the same division.
That being said, former Vanderbilt star Casey Hayward would be a steal in the third round for Kansas City.
He is a physical corner that always seems to be around the ball, as he displayed with his 13 combined interceptions in his last two seasons with the Commodores.
Mock Chiefs GM Derek Estes decided to trade down in the second round in order to get an extra pick in the third, which he used on mammoth defensive tackle Josh Chapman out of Alabama.
Although he is not in the top tier of DTs in this draft class, he is strong enough against the run to be considered as a possible NT option for this team in this year's draft.
At 6'1", 310 pounds, he is undersized for a 3-4 nose tackle, but could still add some weight this offseason in order to look the part in his rookie campaign.
That being said, I think that drafting him here would be a little too early, considering that he is more of a developmental prospect than an impact player at the next level as of right now.
Going into this year's draft, it's clear that the Chiefs need another pass-rusher on their defense.
Having Tamba Hali and Justin Houston as their only true pass-rushing threats is simply not enough for this team going forward.
That's why former Cincinnati defensive end Derek Wolfe would be an excellent pick for KC on the third day of the draft.
Last year, he racked up 9.5 sacks for the Bearcats defense and would likely give Kansas City the viable pass-rushing option off the bench that they sorely need right now.
With the Chiefs currently needing safety help, Tavon Wilson from Illinois would be a smart pick in the sixth round of the draft.
The former H.D. Woodson High star had 74 tackles, seven pass deflections and an interception last season for the fighting Illini, which was good enough to earn All-Big 12 Honorable Mentions honors.
Wilson isn't the kind of player that is going to blow you away with any of his skills, but is solid in pass defense and, at the very least, could become a decent backup for this team in the future.
I'm not crazy about this pick, but if he can improve the overall safety depth on this roster, then I would be happy with it.
Estes went with NC State's George Bryan with his second selection in the sixth round.
Even though the Chiefs signed free-agent TE Kevin Boss earlier this offseason, they still need more depth at that position, which Bryan could ultimately provide for this team.
He has a great set of hands and excels as a blocker as well.
I think that Bryan is a quality pick this late in the draft.
With their first selection in the seventh round of B/R's Community Mock Draft, the Chiefs picked running back Brandon Bolden out of the University of Mississippi.
At 5'11", 221 pounds, Bolden is in the mold of former Alabama star Trent Richardson, due to his size and deceptive speed for a back.
Overall, I like the idea of taking him as a development pick this year, as he could be another explosive weapon for this Chiefs offense in the future.
He is also considered to be one of the more underrated RB prospects in this year's draft class.
Former Western Michigan wideout Jordan White was selected as the final pick for the Chiefs in this mock draft.
White earned his reputation has one of the best receivers in the history of the WMU football program in his four years at the school.
He had an amazing 140 catches for 1,911 yards and 17 touchdowns in his senior campaign in 2011.
Although he isn't going to woe you with any of his physical tools, he could add more depth to the Chiefs receiving corps for next season and beyond.