NFL Draft 2024: Chiefs’ Selections Across Rounds 1-7

By Jayson Henderson

**Round 1:**

With the 28th pick, the Chiefs chose wide receiver Xavier Worthy from Texas. Worthy, known for his standout college career and remarkable performance at the NFL Scouting Combine, adds depth to the Chiefs’ receiving corps.

**Round 2:**

In the second round, the Chiefs selected tackle Kingsley Suamataia from BYU. Suamataia, previously with Oregon, joins the team to bolster the offensive line.

**Round 4:**

The Chiefs had two picks in the fourth round. They added tight end Jared Wiley from TCU and defensive back Jaden Hicks from Washington State. Both players are expected to contribute to the team’s depth and competition at their respective positions.

**Round 5:**

In the fifth round, the Chiefs picked center Hunter Nourzad from Penn State. Nourzad’s addition aims to strengthen the offensive line.

**Round 6:**

With their sixth-round selection, the Chiefs chose defensive back Kamal Hadden from Tennessee. Hadden brings versatility and depth to the Chiefs’ secondary.

**Round 7:**

The Chiefs’ final pick in the draft was offensive lineman C.J. Hanson from Holy Cross. Hanson’s versatility and experience offer potential contributions to the team’s depth chart.

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