Pick: Round five (No. 162)
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Combine stats: 32 3/8-inch arms, 10 1/4-inch hands, 4.78-second 40-yard dash, 113-inch vertical, 6.90-second three-cone drill
How he fits: After losing backup Chase Daniel in free agency, it’s no surprise the Chiefs added a fourth quarterback to the roster. Hogan will push Aaron Murray and Tyler Bray for a spot on the Chiefs’ quarterback depth and could be groomed as an eventual successor to Alex Smith. Hogan was a four-year starter for the Cardinal, following Andrew Luck. He led Stanford to a 36-10 record overall and three Rose Bowls, including wins in 2012 and 2015. Hogan completed 65.9 percent of his passes in four seasons and averaged 2,763 yards with 22 touchdowns and 8.3 interceptions during his final three seasons. Playing in a pro-style offense in college should ease his transition to the NFL and he’s more athletic than some might expect — he rushed for 1,249 career yards with 15 touchdowns — but his mechanics need refinement in Andy Reid’s capable hands.