With Day 1 of the 2012 NFL draft now complete, it's time to look ahead to the second day of action.
After going with defensive tackle Dontari Poe in the first round, that leaves the Kansas City Chiefs with many options for the second- and third-round selections.
What players should they be watching out for in these rounds?
Here are five prospects I could see them targeting on Friday night.
Last year, the Chiefs appeared to have no real depth at safety.
Because of this, it's only a matter of time before Kansas City will take a player from that position in this draft.
Former LSU safety Brandon Taylor would be a good fit for this team, considering that he could play either safety position and he should be there when KC's pick comes up in both the second and third rounds later tonight.
The Franklinton, Louisiana native even has enough talent at safety to eventually become a starter for this defense in the future.
Since the Chiefs decided to pass on top-rated guard David DeCastro in the first round, it would make sense for the team to target an interior lineman in the second day of the draft.
Illinois' Jeff Allen seems to be the best fit at this point.
The Chicago, Illinois product played mostly at tackle during his collegiate career, but is projected to shift to the inside at the next level.
If the Chiefs were to land him, Allen could reunite with former teammate Jon Asamoah and could end up pairing with him as a starting guard for this offensive line in the future.
One of the best small-school prospects in this year's draft class is cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
Johnson could be a real sleeper in the second round, as he is one of the best defensive players to ever come out of the University of Montana's football program.
He has the ability to line up as either a cornerback or safety at the next level, and is known as a big ball hawk from his 15 career interceptions in college.
If they have a chance to get him with their first pick on Friday, the Chiefs should do everything in their power to nab this talented prospect.
Some NFL scouts might be surprised to see former Clemson star Andre Branch still available when the second round of the draft kicks off tonight.
Branch is one of the top rush OLBs in this draft class, as he racked up 77 tackles and 10.5 sacks in his senior season with the Tigers last year.
The Chiefs could obviously use his pass-rushing skills, considering how weak their overall pass rush was last season.
If he is still there when KC picks at No. 44 overall, the Chiefs need to pull the trigger and select Branch.
Casey Hayward is another viable option at defensive pick for the Chiefs on Day 2 of the draft.
Hayward was one of the best cornerbacks to ever play at Vanderbilt, as his 15 career interceptions were tied for the most in school history.
He's a physical corner who loves press coverage and is not afraid to come up and help out in run support from time to time.
If KC can find a way to get in Round 2 or 3, they would be set at the cornerback position for awhile.