Bink's first 3-round mock draft for the Chiefs

(610 Sports) -- This is my first mock but will be just 3 rounds as these are the only ones completely set. When comp picks come out this month it will set the order. The Chiefs currently have 6 picks but will probably be getting 2 additional picks in the 4th and 5th rounds for the losses of Kendall Fuller and Emmanuel Ogbah.

Current Chiefs picks:

Round 1 - No 31.

Round 2 - No 63.

Round 3 - No. 95

Round 4 - TBD

Round 5 - TBD

Round 6 - TBD

Chiefs GM Brett Veach spoke on Monday and talked about depth at D-line, LB and offensive line in free-agency and the draft, including adding a 2nd TE alongside Kelce and a young corner.

Round 1 - pick 31 - Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma St. 6'6" 320 lbs
Redshirted his first year and has gained 30 lbs. Often described as a mauler, he has the toughness the Chiefs line is looking for. Has played guard and both tackle positions in college. Offensive line and protecting Patrick Mahomes should be the 1st line of business for the Chiefs. It might take him a quarter of the season to develop. Could they get Yasir Durant, who started 2 1/2 years at left tackle at MIZZOU, or could it be a journeyman cheap option on a prove it deal, which I do expect to happen until Jenkins is ready.

Round 2 - pick 63 - Brevin Jordan, TE Miami - 6'3" 245 lbs
With Kyle Pitts and Pat Freiermuth off the board, this would give the Chiefs a future TE1 - Had 38 catches for 576 yards and 7 TDs with a 15.2 avg. yards per catch, which were all career highs.

Not only can he stretch the field as a receiver, as a TE he can block, which would help out the run-game immensely. He has developed each year including starting 11 games as a true freshman. The Chiefs have shown interest in the tight end.

People might not see the need in a tight end but having another TE to go along with Kelce is imperative. The Chiefs like using multiple tight ends and imagine one with the skill set of Brevin Jordan. Look at Kelce's #s to see how much the Chiefs like using the tight end in this offense. Plus they can run the heck out of 12 personnel (1 RB and 2 TEs) and have another pass receiver at tight end. I view the tight end as important as WR in this offense.

Round 3 - pick 95 - Rasheed Hamilcar Jr., DE Oregon St. - 6'4" 254 lbs
Exploded onto the scene in 2019 and could have entered the draft in 2020, which he probably should have done to take advantage of an off the charts 2019 season, but by coming bac could land him in the third round. Had 14 sacks and 22.5 TFL his junior year. That will play. At first he could be a situational pass rusher but he has an extremely high motor and could be coached into a role.

This article will be updated with the rest of the Chiefs picks when the order is set.