A month back I prepared a mock draft that went into detail about who the Kansas City Chiefs should select in each round of the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft. The link to that article is:
In the last month, with pro days and player visits, there have been several changes, including the Chiefs receiving an extra compensatory draft pick in the sixth round.
The Chiefs now have eight draft picks instead of seven. The Chiefs have one pick in each of the first four rounds, two picks in round five, a compensatory pick in the sixth round, and one pick in the seventh round.
One fifth-round pick was acquired in the Alex Magee trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The other was a flip-flop of picks between the Detroit Lions and Kansas City due to Detroit tampering with Jared Page at the beginning of last season.
One thing that has not changed in the last month is the needs the Kansas City Chiefs must address in the 2011 NFL Draft. On offense the Chiefs need another wide receiver, an offensive tackle, a project quarterback and potentially an offensive guard to replace Ryan Lilja or Brian Waters.
On defense, the Chiefs have a huge glaring hole at NT. In addition, the Chiefs could look to add another pass-rushing OLB and a potential ILB.
As I go through all seven rounds and the eight picks the Chiefs have, I will compare them to who I originally had the Chiefs drafting. I will explain why the draft pick changed, if it did change, and how it will affect the Chiefs.