KC Chiefs 2024 NFL Draft Top 30 Visit Tracker: News and Rumors

Here's who the reigning champs are hosting for visits as the 2024 NFL Draft approaches.
Feb 27, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach speaks during a press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine at Indiana Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 27, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach speaks during a press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine at Indiana Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

It's 2024 NFL Draft season for all 32 NFL clubs, and especially for the Kansas City Chiefs. Ahead of April's event in Detroit, the two-time reigning Super Bowl champions are hard at work preparing their draft boards.

For general manager Brett Veach and his staff, this month is a prime opportunity to add depth and future upside to the roster. In recent seasons, Kansas City's playoff runs have been fueled by contributions from outstanding rookie classes. It's a difficult formula to replicate, although Veach has improved since his first haul back in 2018.

As the Chiefs put their finishing touches on draft-related matters, the team is holding "top 30" visits with various prospects. These visits, capped at 30 for hosting purposes, allow organizations to bring in players for a variety of reasons. Examples of what takes place during top 30 visits include medical evaluations, interviews, film or conceptual work, facility tours and the like.

Essentially, these visits help teams gather more information about prospects. It's important to keep in mind that a top 30 visit does not necessarily reflect a club's level of interest. Sometimes, coaches or other staff simply want to get clarification on questions or concerns regarding players.

With that in mind, let's take a look at who the Chiefs are bringing to Kansas City for their 2024 top 30 visits.

Tracking Chiefs 2024 NFL Draft scheduled or completed top 30 visits

Rumors and NFL Scouting Combine formal interviews with Chiefs

At this year's Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, teams were permitted to hold 18-minute interviews with up to 45 different prospects. Here's who the Chiefs used some of their formal meeting spots on:

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JORDAN FOOTE

Jordan Foote is the deputy editor of Arrowhead Report on SI.com, covering the Kansas City Chiefs. He also hosts the One Royal Way podcast on Kansas City Sports Network. Jordan is a Baker University alumnus, earning his degree in Mass Media. Follow him on X @footenoted.