After loading up on defense on Day 2 of the draft, the Kansas City Chiefs tried to plug remaining holes on both sides of the ball on Saturday beginning with the fourth round.
In the fourth round with the 124th pick overall, the Chiefs selected Armani Watts.
Watts is a safety from Texas A&M.
Armani Watts was named to the AP All-America Third Team last year. Athletic safety with some consistency issues. Started all four years at Texas A&M. pic.twitter.com/VT0SezKyQl
— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) April 28, 2018
Watts also put on 21 pounds from the Senior Bowl this year to the Aggies’ Pro Day. Presumably the good kind.— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) April 28, 2018
With the 124th pick in the 2018 Draft the Chiefs select Safety Armani Watts from Texas A&M. He had 82 tackles, 4 INTs and 2 FF last season.— Dani Welniak (@KCTVDani) April 28, 2018
The Chiefs then selected CB Tremon Smith from Central Arkansas with the 196th overall NFL Draft pick.
??Tremon Smith ran a 4.32 40-yard-dash. ??— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) April 28, 2018
After trading up with the Patriots, they also picked DT Kahlil McKenzie from Tennessee with a 198th pick.
With the 198th pick in the #NFLDraft
Chiefs select Khalil McKenzie. A DT out of Tennessee. 72 tackles and 3 sacks in his career.— Dani Welniak (@KCTVDani) April 28, 2018
Khalil McKenzie is the son of Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie. So, those games get more fun if Khalil turns into something.— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) April 28, 2018
The Chiefs used none of their original picks Friday night, when they moved around to grab a defensive end, defensive tackle and outside linebacker.
Here is more information about who they selected on Friday night:
Chiefs take Breeland Speaks from Ole Miss with 46th pick
Chiefs take Florida State's Derrick Nnadi with 75th pick in NFL Draft
Chiefs select Dorian O'Daniel from Clemson with 100th pick of NFL Draft
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