The Kansas City Chiefs and Andy Reid were finally able to get over the hump and win a Super Bowl title. Now, they must focus on the draft and decide what to do with the No. 32 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

It is possible that the Chiefs decide to trade their pick and gain some assets in later rounds. The final pick of night one can be seen as valuable. Just look at the Baltimore Ravens who traded back into the first round to select Lamar Jackson at No. 32. If they use the pick, the Chiefs need to bolster their defense.

Steve Spagnuolo had a tough start as the defensive coordinator in Kansas City, but his unit got better as the year went on. The Chiefs have one of the best offensive groups in the league.

There was talk about Kansas City looking at a running back late in the first round, but their focus must turn to cornerbacks.

Chiefs select Noah Igbinoghene

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After recent developments, the Chiefs need to strengthen their secondary. Kendall Fuller agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins and Bashaud Breeland is still a free agent. This leaves the Chiefs in need of multiple pieces in the secondary. Igbinoghene could fill a need right away.

There is a rich history of dominant defensive players coming from the SEC. Igbinoghene fits that bill. He is a powerful corner who is extremely athletic with great hands. He has the speed to close ground when beaten and physicality to defend bigger receivers. The Chiefs are in need of toughness on the defensive side of the ball and Igbinoghene can provide that.

Like any prospect, Igbinoghene is not perfect. As good as his hands are, he lacks strong footwork and fluidity. He was penalized more than an NFL team would like to see while at Auburn because of his aggressiveness. Igbinoghene is a raw player having only played cornerback for two years. Drafting him is taking a risk on a player that could turn into a huge reward.

Igbinoghene would be a starter for the Chiefs in his rookie season. Spagnuolo had his group playing their best ball down the stretch of the season and they have a chance to continue that next season with a few new pieces. There are four cornerbacks who will be taken before the Chiefs are on the clock.

Jeff Okudah, CJ Anderson, Kristian Fulton, and Trevon Diggs will be off the board, and that means the Chiefs could land Igbinoghene and strengthen their secondary.