It's been a very busy offseason for the Kansas City Chiefs, and things are heating up more and more as time passes. From acquiring safety Justin Reid to bringing in wideouts JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling, the team is making major moves to prepare for the 2022 season. Some decisions were more foreseeable than others, as many came completely out of left field. The Tyreek Hill trade, for example, was an unexpected development that will shape the future of the team for years to come. In the Hill trade, the Chiefs got five draft picks in return. Heading into the 2022 NFL Draft, general manager Brett Veach and his staff will have a whopping 12 picks to work with. Six of those are in the first three rounds, making for one heck of a potential haul. The importance of this year's draft cannot be understated, as it can either keep the Chiefs firmly in the AFC's pole position or it can set them back. With the draft rolling around at the end of April, let's do a three-round mock draft to place some college standouts in Kansas City for the starts of their NFL careers. This mock draft comes from the NFL Mock Draft Database.