KC Chiefs 2015 NFL Draft Wish List: Day Two

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Number Four

The last time the KC Chiefs took a strong safety in one of the first two rounds of the NFL Draft was when they selected Eric Berry with the fourth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Landon Collins dropped down draft boards and out of the first round but that doesn’t mean he is not a good safety.

The KC Chiefs have already committed to improving their secondary early in the draft when they selected Marcus Peters in the first round but their are still improvements that can be made.

The KC Chiefs signed former Oakland Raiders safety Tyvon Branch through free agency, resigned Ron Parker, and have Husain Abdullah on the roster at the safety position. Adding Collins to an already talented safety group would give him a good opportunity to learn and develop and not have to rush into a full time starting role.

"Fluid in space and displays cornerback traits with his footwork, hips and transitional quickness to line up in man or zone coverage. At his best reading and reacting in the run game, attacking downhill like a physical missile with the technique and power to finish stops without hesitation. -Courtesy of Dane Brugler and Rob Rang of CBS Sports"

Collins is listed as the best safety, and the 25th best overall prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft according to CBS Sports. Like Gregory there is not a good chance that Collins falls to the KC Chiefs at 49 overall but if he does the Chiefs have to seriously consider selecting him. Its not very often you can select the best player at his position in the second round of the draft but that could happen if Collins drops to the Chiefs.

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