Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin.
There is some debate about whether or not Carimi can play left tackle at the NFL level. Scouts don't see him as quite the same caliber of athlete as USC's Tyron Smith or even Boston College's Anthony Castonzo. With the Chiefs, though, that won't be an issue.
Carimi is a mauling run blocker who could anchor the right side of Kansas City's line for years to come. Read the scouting report on Carimi from SB Nation's Mocking The Draft.
The Chiefs would also love to come out of the draft with a home-run hitting wide receiver and a nose tackle. There isn't value at either position at this point in the draft, however. Baylor's Phil Taylor is likely the best nose tackle in the draft, but most see him as a reach at No. 21. There is no wide receiver deserving of a first-round pick at this point in the draft.
Wes Bunting of the National Football Post summarized Carimi this way:
Isn't a guy who I would trust on the left side at this stage in the NFL, but he can win for you in the run game and looks more like a very solid right tackle prospect.