2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Have Ten Picks

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Texas A&M Aggies offensive lineman Cedric Ogbuehi (70) – Mandatory Credit: Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

At last the Kansas City Chiefs will address their offensive line, which was awful in 2014. The good news is that John Dorsey made some moves and signed two guards during free agency (Ben Grubbs and Paul Fanaika), but there is still a hole at right tackle. Not to mention Eric Fisher will need some competition on the left side because fans’ patience with him is wearing out quickly.

Cedric Ogbuehi of Texas A&M could be the answer on the offensive line for Kansas City. He did play most of his games last season at left tackle, but started at right tackle in a few as well. In 2013, he started most of the season at right tackle. In other words, Ogbuehi has the ability to play on either side of the line and could be plugged in wherever the Chiefs need him.

"NFL evaluators are very worried about Ogbuehi’s core strength and ability to anchor in pass protection, but some of his anchor issues could be improved with technique work — especially where his hands are concerned. He should be a plus run blocker, especially on stretch plays, but needs to add strength and work on technique if he is to reach his play potential. Ogbuehi’s bowl-game injury could hurt his draft standing, but his traits and potential might be able to keep him in the first round."

The fact that Lance Zierlein (quoted above) sees Ogbuehi as a potential first round pick is surprising considering he fell all the way to the third round in this mock draft. If the Texas A&M Aggie is still available at pick 98, then the Chiefs shouldn’t hesitate to add him to their offensive line for 2015.

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