KC Chiefs 2015 NFL Draft Wish List: Day Two

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Jeff Blake


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The KC Chiefs will definitely look to improve their offensive line through the 2015 NFL Draft and if A.J. Cann is available when they select in the third round they should not hesitate to turn in the card with his name on it.

The KC Chiefs have already been busy improving their offensive line during this offseason trading a fifth round draft pick to the New Orleans Saints for Guard Ben Grubbs, and signing former Arizona Cardinals guard Paul Fanaika but there are still improvements to be made.

Grubbs looks ready to come in and start but Fanaika has never proved to be anything more than a decent back up. A.J. Cann could develop into a good guard if he is given the opportunity to develop.

"Proportionate frame with adequate bulk. Flexible lower body and quickly gets into position. Natural bender. Comfortable sitting in his stance. Naturally powerful with brute strength to be a people mover. Generates power through his hips and midsection. Delivers pop at the point of attack with strong grip to latch and control. Strong finisher and flashes tenacity to bury his man. Uses his length to keep space between him and his target. Alert. Always scanning with good instincts. Stout, resetting his feet well even after initially rocked backward. Reliable and coachable with consistent winning attitude. Named a permanent team captain as a junior. -Courtesy of Dane Brugler and Rob Rang of CBS Sports"

Cann is the second best guard, and 62nd best overall prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft according to CBS Sports. Cann would be a steal for the Chiefs with the 80th overall pick. Cann would be a good fit with the Chiefs because he would not be thrust into action and would have the opportunity to develop and learn the game on a professional level.

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