Grades And Analysis Of The Kansas City Chiefs' Entire 2015 NFL Draft

The 2015 NFL Draft has reached its conclusion, and it's time to look back on just what the Kansas City Chiefs did in Chicago and how it sets them up for the future. Here's our Grades And Analysis Of The Kansas City Chiefs' 2015 NFL Draft.


(All player grades based on spot selected, need, etc.)

1st Round: Washington CB Marcus Peters [Grade: B+]

2nd Round: Missouri OG Mitch Morse [Grade: A]

3rd Round: Georgia WR Chris Conley [Grade: A-]

3rd Round: Oregon State CB Steven Nelson [Grade: B+]

4th Round: Georgia ILB Ramik Wilson [Grade: C+]

5th Round: Oregon State OLB DJ Alexander [Grade: C+]
5th Round: Illinois State TE James O'Shaughnessy [Grade: B]
6th Round: Southern Miss DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches [Grade: B-]

7th Round: Northern Illinois WR Da'Ron Brown [Grade: B+]

Overall Grade: B+/B

This draft hinges on Marcus Peters. From a pure athleticism and field execution standpoint, he is the most talented defensive back of the 2015 class. However, the attitude issues which got him booted off the Washington football team need to be dealt with and dealt with quickly by Andy Reid. The rest of the draft has some gems, including Mitch Morse who could be a effective O-line starter for the next eight to ten years.

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