The Chiefs used their three 7th round picks in the 2009 NFL Draft on the following players:
With their first pick in the 7th round, the Chiefs selected RB Javarris Williams out of Tennessee State.
Williams (5-10, 223) captured All-American, All-OVC and league Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2008, despite missing the final two games with a hamstring pull. He finished his four-year career with 4,329 rushing yards.
With their second pick in the 7th round, the Chiefs selected TE Jake O’Connell out of Miami (Ohio).
O’Connell (6-4, 255) saw action in 39 games for the Red Hawks and recorded 46 receptions for 453 yards with four touchdowns.
With their third pick in the 7th round, the Chiefs selected K Ryan Succop out of South Carolina.
Succop (6-2, 218) was an all-conference selection throughout his career, handling kickoff, place-kicking and punting responsibilities. He entered his senior season in 2008 highly regarded by NFL scouts. Struggles with an abdominal strain from mid-October through early November resulted in the worst statistical year of his career.