By Matt Conner
The Kansas City Chiefs were just one of several teams checking out Sean Bunting and other prospects at Central Michigan’s pro day.
Sean Bunting took advantage of the ability to raise his draft stock this weekend with another impressive performance in drills at his alma mater Central Michigan in front of scouts from several NFL franchises. The Kansas City Chiefs were among those teams in town to check out the Chippewas cornerback and other NFL hopefuls before the 2019 NFL Draft.
Central Michigan is familiar turf for longtime Chiefs scouts considering they did extensive homework before using the first overall pick in the draft in 2013 on CMU offensive lineman Eric Fisher, the team’s longtime starter at left tackle.
Bunting’s stock has been on the rise throughout the year and was named the team’s defensive MVP after the season. He declared for the draft a year early as a junior after a year in which he had 37 tackles, 2 interceptions and 2 forced fumbles, earning him first-team All-MAC honors.
The Chiefs were just one of several teams present, including the Chicago Bears, L.A. Rams, New York Jets, Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions. They watched Bunting put together nice times in agility drills and generally bolster his draft stock, which is what pro days are largely for when it comes to known prospects like...