Draft Predictions: Making A Chief Out Of A Tiger!!

Adam SteevesCorrespondent IApril 25, 2009

COLLEGE STATION, TX - OCTOBER 14:  Tight end Chase Coffman #45 of the Missouri Tigers carries the ball against the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field on October 14, 2006 in College Station, Texas. Texas A&M won 25-19. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

I predict that by the end of the weekend, two former MU Tigers will be KC Chiefs.

Chase Coffman should be a first round draft pick. However, a late season knee injury and not being able to work out for teams has caused his draft status to drop. The team that grabs him in the second or third round will get a steal. If the Chiefs pick up a pick in the second round, they should use that pick on Chase Coffman. A tight end, he has great hands and a work ethic like few others. He will not make it to the third round pick of the Chiefs, so take him in the second round.

The Chiefs were given the last pick in the draft, Mr Irrelevant is a talked about pick. This year it will a success story. With the last pick in the NFL Draft, the Chiefs should select, Brock Christopher. He is a three year long snapper (a big need) and plays special teams and linebacker. He is the next Kendall Gammon. He has stated that he will sign with the Chiefs as a rookie free agent if given the opportunity. Take him and turn him into a success story.

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