Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid discusses selection of Breeland Speaks

Sports Illustrated executive editor Stephen Cannella previewed the draft and Kansas City’s outlook and even without a top pick said the Chiefs are still in a good spot heading into 2018

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid discusses selection of Breeland Speaks

Several Seminoles players could also be selected in the draft, which ends Saturday, including defensive end Josh Sweat, cornerback Tarvarus McFadden, wide receiver Auden Tate, tight end Ryan Izzo and linebacker Matthew Thomas.

The Chiefs expected to make defense a priority in the 2018 National Football League draft, and the club did just that, moving up in the second round to select MS defensive lineman Breeland Speaks.

Smith (6-0, 190 pounds) was a first-team All-Southland Conference pick in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Hunter started all 12 games for the Falcons at left tackle that protected a true freshman quarterback Jarret Doege, who posted one of the greatest seasons in program history for a true freshman. He was a third-team Football Championship Subdivision All-America selection. He is the 44th first-round selection and the 280th overall pick from Florida State. Not invited to the Combine, Smith turned National Football League heads by blazing a blistering 4.32 forty-yard dash on the Pro Day circuit.

They chose to use that pick on former Ole Miss defensive end Breeland Speaks.

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