2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Have Ten Picks

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Oklahoma Sooners tight end Blake Bell (10) – Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Blake Bell is an interesting prospect. He actually played quarterback for the University of Oklahoma for three years, but was switched to a tight end for his senior season. He’s entering the draft as a tight end and at 6’6″ and 250 pounds, it’s not difficult to envision him as an NFL tight end.

"A newly converted tight end who was a short-yardage specialist and red-zone brute for the Sooners as a quarterback. Bell was looked over by scouting community during the regular season, but he has flashed sure hands and shown improvement as a blocker and could have an NFL future if a team is willing to be patient with him. – NFL.com"

Blake Bell would be an interesting prospect for Kansas City because they’re well set at the starting tight end position with Travis Kelce. With Anthony Fasano being released last month, this opens a spot for a new tight end on the roster. Bell could sit behind Kelce and learn from him and the two could potentially be a nightmare tight end tandem for years to come.

It’s difficult to predict what could come from a fifth round selection, but if used in the right scenarios, Blake Bell could easily be a steal in this year’s draft.

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