2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Have Ten Picks

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East defensive lineman Derrick Lott (91), of Tennessee-Chattanooga, – Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Derrick Lott originally played for the University of Georgia and only played in five games during his two seasons there. He transferred to Chattanooga for his final two years of college, which boded well for him.

"Skilled pass rusher who understands the position and was simply too athletic and too talented for most of the competition he faced while at Tennessee-Chattanooga. Is a natural fit as a three-technique in a 4-3 defense, but could garner consideration as a 3-4 defensive end if he can prove he’s strong enough. – NFL.com"

The KC Chiefs are use to having an outstanding defense and Lott could easily be a good late round pick to help solidify that tradition. Lance Zierlein of NFL.com has his reasons of concern about Lott though.

"Played in just five games over his first two seasons at Georgia and was unable to push for playing time. Was a 2009 redshirt and was 23 and 24 years old when dominating against younger, less-talented players at UT-Chattanooga. Comes off the snap a little upright and must remember to maintain bend."

Like every college prospect, there are weaknesses about Derrick Lott, but he’d be a late round low risk pick. He could end up paying off and be yet another terrifying force on the Kansas City defense.

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