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Kansas City Chiefs draft needs: 5 small schoolers who can take the Chiefs deep in the playoffs

Patrick Mahomes the Kansas City Chiefs franchise quarterback had a huge year in 2018, and while the Chiefs do not have many holes/needs we found five small schoolers who could come in right now and help them immediately.

The Kansas City Chiefs were amazing last season and that was a large part because their quarterback play was fantastic. Now the Chiefs have to find a way to improve their secondary and get a few more weapons on the offensive and defensive line.  We feel the Chiefs biggest needs in the 2019 NFL Draft are: Defensive Tackle, Offensive Guard, Cornerback, Safety and Wide Receiver, so let’s talk about some small schoolers who can fill the void.

Randy Robinson, DT, Jacksonville State University – The Lovejoy, Georgia native is a force in the middle of the field. He stands around 6020 and weighs 307 pounds.  He is a force in the middle of the field for Jacksonville State and I feel he would end up being an amazing rotational guy on the Chiefs front.  Robinson has quick feet for a big man, but at this point is considered a free agent.


Brian Fineanganofo, OL, Idaho State – Many feel Fineanganofo as an offensive tackle, but he can be versatile enough to play everywhere on the O-Line. He stands at 6050 and is 295 pounds. This kid can play and fits the mold of the Chiefs and what they are trying to do. Brian Fineanganofo is considered a priority free agent as well.

Josh Simmons, CB, Limestone College – Simmons a Moncks Corner native and he plays with tenacity. Vyncint Smith of the Texans came out of Limestone last year and he had a solid rookie season. Simmons is a 6010 cornerback who is an in your face type of player. He will blend in well with the Chiefs secondary. Simmons is considered a priority free agent, and will not cost the Chiefs a draft pick.

Rob Rolle, S, Villanova – The Chiefs need a safety and Rob Rolle of Villanova is a guy who can come in right away and start.  Rolle, a New Jersey native stands at 5110 and weighs 190 pounds. He is not afraid of contact and has a nose for the ball. I think he is a late round pick, but he would be a great draft pick for the Chiefs later in the draft, especially with Sam Madison as their new defensive back’s coach.

Trey Brock, WR, Hillsdale College – The Chiefs have a solid receiving core already but adding a guy like Trey Brock from little Hillsdale College would be a very smart move. The 6030 wide out was a touchdown machine. He shattered the school record at Hillsdale hauling in 256 career receptions for 4,401 receiving yards and 40 touchdowns. He could be a later round pick but as of right now I see him as a priority free agent.

Damond Talbot

NFL Draft Diamonds was created to assist the underdogs playing the sport. We call them diamonds in the rough. My name is Damond Talbot, I have worked extremely hard to help hundreds of small school players over the past several years, and will continue my mission. We have several contributors on this site, and if they contribute their name and contact will be in the piece above. You can email me at nfldraftdiamonds@gmail.com

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