Kansas City – RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (LSU), ILB Willie Gay (Mississippi State), OT Lucas Niang (TCU)
At this point, the Chiefs are just looking for cheaper, younger players who can pan out and replace some of the aging veterans on both sides of the ball and they may have found a few starters in this bunch. That said, besides Edwards-Helaire, no one really impresses with the eye test. This could change in a year’s time but today, not so much.
Grade: B- (Andy Reid has a stationary bike. Wow.)
Denver – WR K.J. Hamler (PSU), CB Michael Ojemudia (Iowa), IL Lloyd Cushenberry (LSU), DT McTelvin Agim (Arkansas)
John Elway still hasn’t drafted a quarterback yet. I’m impressed. K.J. Hamler never should’ve fallen to the second round. Lloyd Cushenberry is a center who can also play guard and start instantly at any of three spots. McTelvin Agim and Michael Ojemudia could just be what this defense needs.
Grade: A (Good job, John.)
Las Vegas – WR Lynn Bowden (Kentucky), WR Bryan Edwards (South Carolina), ILB Tanner Muse (Clemson)
Tanner Muse was a great pick up and a shocker he fell to the third round. Picking THREE wide receivers in four picks? Typical Jon Gruden. Who lets this guy draft?
Grade: D- (You still don’t even know who your starter at QB is, Gruden and you already have three new targets?)
Los Angeles (Chargers) – None
Can’t win if you don’t play the game.