Chiefs Use Their Last Draft Pick On a Safety: Leon McQuay III

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet The last nail in the 2017 draft as been stuck for these Kansas City Chiefs. John Dorsey used his last pick to select the Safety from USC, Leon McQuay. McQuay is 6-foot-2 inches and weighs 185 pounds. Most 6th round picks are full of potential and the same can be said of Leon McQuay. Following are a couple of videos of Leon McQuay.       If you are viewing this in Apple News and would like to join the Discussion, [GO HERE.](http://arrowheadone.com/chiefs-use-last-draft-pick-safety-leon-mcquay-iii/#disqus_thread)  

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Chiefs Draft Linebacker/Special teams Ace Ukeme Eligwe

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet It looks like the Kansas City Chiefs Special Team’s coach Dave Toub has a voice in their draft war room after all. You’d have to believe that’s the case because when they selected LB Ukeme Eligwe with the 183rd pick in the 2017 NFL draft, even some analysts replied, “Who?”   Ukeme Eligwe is pronounced, ew-KIM-ay ee-LEEG-way. NFL.com published the following statement about Eligwe’s past:   “Ukeme Eligwe went to Florida State to begin his college career. He was a contributor as a redshirt freshman on the…

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Chiefs Trade Up to Draft RB Kareem Hunt

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet John Dorsey has done it again. He traded up in the 2017 NFL for a second time to get a player he was targeting: RB Kareem Hunt. The Chiefs traded away their remaining third-round pick (No. 104) plus their fourth-round pick (No. 132) and a seventh-round pick (No. 245) to the Minnesota Vikings so that they could pick Kareem Hunt at #86 overall. Hunt had a productive career at Toledo gaining 4,945 yards rushing in four seasons and gaining 5,500 total yards from scrimmage. While it may…

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Chiefs Use the 59th Pick to Draft DE Tanoh Kpassagnon

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet The Kansas City Chiefs used the 59th pick in the 2017 draft to select DE Tanoh Kpassagnon from Villanova. Mike Mayock describes Tanoh Kpassagnon as a freak, “You wanna talk about genetic freaks, folks. Step right up. I had a DC tell me when he’s the first guy off the bus, he looks so good, he should be pick No. 0. But he’s gonna be about a year away.” At 6-foot-7 and 289 lbs. with great quickness and twitch as well as superior agility, Tanoh may only…

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