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The Kansas City Chiefs need to address their quarterback situation at some point during the upcoming draft. This situation is a little difficult because they need to decide what round to address this need. Kansas City could use the No. 1 overall pick to select someone like West Virginia's Geno Smith.
Smith is by far the most talented and NFL-ready quarterback in this draft. He has the strong arm, sound technique and mental makeup needed to succeed. However, questions about his ability to read a defense and anticipate his throws make him a stretch for the No. 1 pick.
This could force the Chiefs to look at second-round prospects like USC's Matt Barkley, Arkansas' Tyler Wilson, Syracuse's Ryan Nassib and NC State's Mike Glennon. It's even possible they wait until the third or fourth round and take a look at Tennessee's Tyler Bray.
Pulling the trigger on Smith is the most logical solution. He may be more of a mid-first-round prospect, but the value of the position is high enough to push him to the top spot. There's just too many question marks surrounding the other quarterbacks in this draft to risk not filling this need.