KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs have an array of options to take when the 2023 NFL Draft begins.
With the departure of key players like Frank Clark, Andrew Wylie and JuJu Smith-Schuster, many see the Chiefs taking a wide receiver, defensive end or offensive tackle in the first few rounds of the draft.
Before the draft, teams can interview prospects in person or virtually and host them on visits to their facilities.
These NFL prospects have reportedly visited with the Chiefs so far.
- TCU WR Quentin Johnston
- Oklahoma OT Anton Harrison
- Kansas DT Caleb Sampson
- Stephen F. Austin EDGE BJ Thompson
- Washburn WR J.J. Letcher Jr.
- Louisville OT Trevor Reid
- Utah State QB Logan Bonner
- South Carolina CB Cam Smith
- Harvard EDGE Truman Jones
- Toledo DL Desjuan Johnson
- Tennessee LB Jeremy Banks
- App State OT Cooper Hodges
- Western Kentucky CB Kahlef Hailassie
- Western Kentucky DL Brodric Martin
- SMU WR Rashee Rice
- Tennessee OT Darnell Wright
- New Mexico S Jerrick Reed II
- Pittsburgh EDGE Deslin Alexandre
- Missouri Western S Kobe Cummings
- Michigan DT Mavi Smith
- Maryland OT Jaelyn Duncan
- LSU G Anthony Bradford
- SWOSU WR Israel Watson (son of Chiefs legend Kimble Anders)
- Oregon EDGE DJ Johnson
The 2023 NFL Draft runs from Thursday, April 27, through Saturday, April 29, in Kansas City. As of early April, the Chiefs have 10 picks.