3. Zack Moss, Utah Utes
The Chiefs wouldn’t have to use a first or second-round pick on Zack Moss. There is a chance that a team will take him higher than the third round, but it seems unlikely. Kansas City would be wise to take a look at him.
Moss is coming off of a solid 2019 season with the Utes, carrying the football 235 times for 1,416 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also caught 28 passes for 388 yards and two touchdowns. Those numbers show his ability to be a dual-threat running back.
Kansas City would be able to plug Moss in immediately even as a third-round selection. He may not develop into a superstar, but he has playmaking ability and would be a very solid selection.