Assuming they don't trade down (which is feasible), the Kansas City Chiefs are roughly three weeks away from filing another first-round pick into the archives.
So, entering Radio City Music Hall, who comprises John Dorsey's list of candidates? And what are the odds of each being plucked at No. 23?
The consensus slots a first-round wideout to Kansas City.
However, free safety still remains a mystery, and others, such as Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar, have ventured out on a limb with their crystal ball, forecasting that the Chiefs will take an offensive lineman (in this case, tackle).
ESPN's Ron Jaworski has even hinted that Dorsey and Co. could gamble on a quarterback (subscription required) in the early rounds.
Sure, some of the projections seem outlandish, but if Wheel of Fortune taught us one thing this past week—besides the fact that we're sharing the earth with living, breathing people who believe "dicespin" is a legitimate word—it was that nothing is as predictable as it seems.