Jackson is considered by many experts to be the top 3-4 defensive end in this year's draft class. At 6-foot-4 and 295 pounds, he's stout against the run but has the quickness to present some problems for offensive linemen in the passing game.
Jackson may be the "five-technique" the 3-4 requires. He's been compared to Richard Seymour of the Patriots and Marcus Spears of the Cowboys. Both teams run variants of the 3-4 defensive front.
The Chiefs may not be finished on the draft's first day as rumors of a trade are swirling. Stay tuned to Warpaint Illustrated.com for more updates on Scott Pioli's first draft with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Chiefs Draft LSU DE Tyson Jackson At #3
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