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Combine: Unheralded CB Dixon says he's the best in the draft
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Northwest Missouri State’s Brandon Dixon (6-0, 204) may not have the resume of many of the other corners in this draft but that hasn’t affected his confidence. Despite being listed as a potential seventh-round pick/undrafted free agent, Dixon believes he belongs on the stage with anyone.
“I definitely have a chip on my shoulder,” Dixon began. “I feel like I could have played at any Division I school in the country. I’m the best press/man corner in this draft.”
When asked specifically about the Kansas City Chiefs, a team he watched a lot playing his college ball in Missouri, Dixon first laughed before uttering the following: “I think I could start for the Chiefs right now.”