The Kansas City Chiefs have arguably the best tight end in football in Travis Kelce, but that won't stop them for searching for some depth at the position.

According to NFL Draft insider Jared Tokarz, the Chiefs have a visit planned with Texas A&M University tight end Jace Sternberger. The Chiefs are scheduled to meet with Sternberger on April 16.

Sternberger is coming off of a terrific junior campaign with the Aggies in which he hauled in 48 receptions for 832 yards and 10 touchdowns.

That represented a breakout season for Sternberger, who had been languishing at Kansas State for the first couple of seasons of his collegiate career, totaling just one catch for five yards before deciding to transfer to Texas A&M.

He went on to make First-Team All-SEC honors for his production in 2018.

The Chiefs are coming off of a spectacular 2018 campaign in which they won 12 games, captured the AFC West division title, and saw their quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, win the NFL MVP award. Not only that, but Kansas City locked up the No. 1 seed in the conference, landing a first-round bye as a result.

The Chiefs would go on to defeat the Indianapolis Colts in the Divisional Round of the playoffs before falling to the New England Patriots in a thrilling overtime affair in the AFC Championship Game a week later.

It represented Kansas City's first trip to a conference title game since the 1993-94 campaign, when the Chiefs fell to the Buffalo Bills.

Kansas City has made four straight playoff appearances and has won three consecutive division crowns.