Kansas City Chiefs 2014 NFL Mock Draft: Selecting The Chiefs 6 Picks With A Draft Simulator

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Jan 3, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Missouri Tigers offensive linesman Justin Britt (68) blocks Oklahoma State Cowboys defensive end Tyler Johnson (40) in the first half of the game at the 2014 Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium. Missouri beat Oklahoma State 41-31. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

ROUND 6: Offensive Tackle, Justin Britt, Missouri

The first team All-SEC offensive lineman could be solid depth for the Chiefs along the offensive front. With Branden Albert on his way out the door, the Chiefs are left with a void to fill at their tackle positions. As of now, Donald Stephenson, and, Eric Fisher, are the only active players at tackle on the Chiefs roster.

Adding the 6’6″ 325 pound mammoth could really help to solidify that void for the Chiefs. He suffered a torn ACL in 2012, but bounced back tremendously in 2013. According to several scouts, Britt lacks a bit in the strength department but makes up for it with solid technique and a great football I.Q.

Many believe he could be a legitimate starter and he’s projected to fall between rounds 5 and 6. He was available to me all three simulations and I couldn’t pass him up based on the Chiefs needs and his skill sets.