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    KO one on one with the Chiefs

    Senior Bowl One on One: Kelechi Osemele

    I hope they draft him!!



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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    It would be a reach but I would instantly become a Chiefs fan (behind the Packers, of course).



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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    I would love it if the chiefs finally get a cyclone. 11 or 12 would be a little high for KO maybe if they don't trade up to get Griffin III they will try trading down to slot into get KO to become their right tackle.


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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    As a 2nd round pick, that would be a great get. He could replace Barry Richardson as RT or slide to guard and take over for Ryan Lilja



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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    Mayock had KO as one of the top 5 OL at the Senior bowl, and had LJ as a top 5 DB also.


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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    I think that it helps that he is very personable and easy to talk to.

    He should do well in interviews at the combine.



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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    I really hope he gets the chance to play guard at the next level even if it hurts his draft level. He could be a great guard. If he has to play tackle I think he will struggle and only be marginal.


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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    Get him KC! This would be awesome. I would do whatever I have to to get my hands on a KO chiefs jersey.



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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    Vikes are my team, but for the AFC, I always pull for the Chiefs. I figure the likelihood of them ever meeting in a superbowl is very small, so I should be good to go.


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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    No Way Pioli drafts a Cyclone. Too much allegiance to Ferentz to give ISU that kind of publicity.


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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    No Way Pioli drafts a Cyclone. Too much allegiance to Ferentz to give ISU that kind of publicity.
    Wow, you really think this is how NFL GM's operate?



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    Re: KO one on one with the Chiefs

    Quote Originally Posted by gocubs2118 View Post
    Wow, you really think this is how NFL GM's operate?
    one like Pioli who bugs his own head coaches and makes people in the offices close their windows to practice, yes, i do. Love the Chiefs, can't stand Pioli.


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