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Bink Chiefs Mock 4.0

Jay Binkley
March 25, 2019 - 12:28 pm
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This is my Chiefs mock 4.0 and a new name at the top.  Jaylon Ferguson's Pro Day didn't go as planned so I have moved on.  Going corner in round 1 and instead of reaching on an edge rusher in round 1 I decided to trade up to get edge in round 2.

Here is my other mocks:

Bink Chiefs mock 1.0:

Bink Chiefs mock 2.0:

Bink Chiefs mock 3.0:

Here is 4.0:

Round 1 – No. 29 overall-Rock Ya-Sin corner Temple-Corner Temple-Tough corner will play nicely with the Honey Badger behind him. 47 tackles, 2 for loss and 12 passes defended.  One thing that has been missing is toughness on this defense.  Matt Miller who I highly respect is moving him up to the first round and I feel this is right.  My friends at Arrowheadpride.com that watched him at the Senior Bowl came away impressed.  I love his toughness and would be a perfect fit into what Spags is trying to do.

From Matt Miller:

Rock Ya-Sin is the most physical cornerback in the 2019 draft class. His play at the line of scrimmage is menacing. His length and technique are so good that he can jam and recover without having elite speed. Receivers who do get off the jam against Ya-Sin find themselves struggling to beat his feet in-phase. 

From the Draft Network:

Man Coverage - Has good length and a willingness to be physical downfield. Comfortable in press-man alignment with generally strong footwork and a comfort inside the WR's cylinder. Has nice length to him to generate pass-breakups. Struggles with mirror quickness and fluidity -- change of direction abilities leave him exposed to multi-break routes. Is aggressive closing from off-man alignments but doesn't have ideal click/close ability.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.COM:

Overview

Body-beautiful cornerback with good size and potential, but just one year of FBS football experience. Ya-Sin needs technique work across the board, but the ability to handle the duties of the position are all in place and waiting to be unlocked. He has the strength, toughness and feet to go from shadowing presence to a more disruptive one as a press-man corner. His lack of technique allows for some pitch-and-catch moments in coverage, but he has moldable traits to become a future starter with more experience and coaching.

*****TRADE****Round 2 – No. 53 NOW-Chase Winovich Edge Michigan-***((((((TRADE-I HAVE THE CHIEFS TRADING PICK 61 AND THEIR 5TH ROUND PICK # 167 TO MOVE UP TO PICK 53 OF THE EAGLES)))))--Using Jimmy Johnson's trade value chart this might get it done. Tough hard nosed and a motor that does not stop are just a few words to describe this guy.  The Chiefs have been missing toughness and this is exactly the kind of guy this defense wants.  15.5 tackles for loss this year 19 back in 2017.

From the Draft Network:

Run Defense - Really good point-of-attack run defender, plays with power, leverage and hand placement. Long arms to lock out opponents and keep his frame clean. Easy disengage, push-pulled blockers out of the picture for clean sheds. Penn State and Notre Dame can testify to his functional strength. Smart player who finds the ball quickly and can make plays from the backside. Only limitation is range and athleticism to make plays in space.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.COM:

Overview

Physical edge defender who plays the game like he has zombie blood pumping through his veins. Winovich is relentless, determined and takes no plays off, but his lack of physical traits and explosiveness as a rusher could limit his upside. Scheme fit could determine his role as 4-3 defensive end or 3-4 rush linebacker, but his football character and physicality improve his odds for success as an eventual starter.

-Round 2 – No. 63 overall (from Los Angeles Rams) Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina-Since they have signed the Honey Badger I felt there is no reason to neglect weapons for Pat and with the first 2 picks on defense and the next pick on defense I decided to go offense. 62 catches 882 yards and 11 touchdowns.

From the Draft Network:

Release - Smooth out of his stance and knows how to reduce his surface area and deploy a variety of jab steps, footwork and body fakes to beat press coverage. Has enough speed but isn't overly explosive to truly stress corners to turn and run with them. Separates rapidly in quick game.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.COM:

Overview

Tyshun "Deebo" Samuel lives up to his nickname (it comes from a tough guy in the movie "Friday") and plays each game like he's stepping into an alley fight. While Samuel is tough and competitive, he lacks suddenness and might need scheme help with motion and bunch formations to help free him against NFL man coverage. He is a gamer who thrives once the ball is in his hands, and he might be able to help a team from the slot if he can stay healthy.

-Round 3 – No. 92 overall-Amani Hooker Safety Iowa-Tough physical player and the Big 10 defensive back of the year.   Can play strong safety and also used in a hybrid linebacker role.  65 tackles last year, 3.5 for loss a sack and 4 interceptions.

From the Draft Network:

Coverage Spacing -Hard not to fall for his transitions, ability to overlap routes from his responsibility are top shelf. Shows really natural segues and ability to drop off as he feels another route developing into his space. Natural to mirror the eyes of the QB.

Acceleration -Lacks high end initial burst. His top speed is perfectly fine but not sold on explosiveness to play true single high free safety. Limitations may hold him to Cover 2 and shallow zones but he excels in those areas anyway...scheme fit needs to be there.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.COM:

Overview

Hybrid safety with an advanced feel for play design and recognition of where the ball is going and how to play it. He could thrive in a "robber" role or as a big nickel where he can match up against pass-catching tight ends. He's not twitchy, fast or fluid and has some limitations in man coverage; however, he has the size, instincts and ball skills to become a plus starter, but needs to find his perfect scheme fit.

-Round 5 – No. 167 overall-**Traded this pick to move up to #53

-Round 6 – No. 201 overall -Michael Dieter Tackle Wisconsin-Versatile, started 54 straight games:  24 at left guard, 16 at center, 14 at left tackle.  Can play anywhere on the offensive line.  Would be perfect for late round depth.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.COM:

Overview

Durable, capable guard/center prospect who knows how to play the game but might lack the athletic elements needed to become a full-time starter on the next level. Dieter's experience in a variety of pro-style rushing schemes and his overall technique work are in his favor while his experience across the line offer flexibility that could lock him into an NFL roster as an early backup with the potential to step in and start if needed.

-Round 6 - No. 214 overall (compensatory pick)  -Jonathan Ledbetter DE Georgia -Late round pick who could use development especially getting bigger.  Could play DE or DT.   You know how much Veach likes SEC players.

From the Draft Network:

PROS: Unbelievable frame with ideal, height, weight, length and muscle distribution. Powerful, heavy-handed defender in the trenches. Overwhelmed tight ends and fullbacks at the point of attack. Low pad level allows him to drop anchor and stack and shed blockers in a phone booth.

Nasty swim move to work over top of blockers as a pass rusher. Has powerful hands and has flashed the ability to create movement as a bull rusher. Varies his pace and can lull blockers to sleep before snapping into a plan of attack. Tough, physical football player billed as one of the defensive leaders going into 2018. Projects to inside pass rush work in the NFL, a growing role.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.com:

Overview

Clear-cut "tweener" lacking the quickness and rush of a defensive end and the mass of an interior tackle. Ledbetter has an ability to win with skill, technique and effort over traits and twitch, but that will become much more challenging on the next level unless he continues to get bigger and stronger. He doesn't offer rush value, but he plays hard and does his job. He should find work as a blue-collar backup defensive lineman with some flexibility between DE and DT, depending on scheme.

-Round 7 – No. 216 overall (from San Francisco)-Staying with -Mark Fields cornerback Clemson-blazing speed who needs work, would be a guy that would have to bust it to make the roster but could end up on the practice squad but that speed can't be denied.  Strong 4.37 in the combine might have him moving up to the 6th round.

From Lance Zierlein NFL.COM:

Overview

Fields' draft stock has taken an upward turn after a strong second-half performance against Alabama and a solid week of work at the Senior Bowl. He's combination of strength, speed and explosiveness should serve him well as he transitions inside. His lack of experience shows up in his technique and pattern recognition, but with time, his athletic traits and natural man cover talent could give him a chance to be a starting nickel.

 

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