While many might have expected the Kansas City Chiefs to go with a wide receiver for their first pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, the decision to instead trade up for cornerback Trent McDuffie was an easy one for the team’s decision-makers.

On Thursday, the Chiefs were part of several trades on night one of this year’s draft. Seeing a player that was high on their draft board still available, the team got the New England Patriots on the horn and offered up three picks, including No. 29 in the first round, so they could move up to pick 21. When the time came, they took Washington defensive back Trent McDuffie.

The move may have surprised some since the team has a major hole at wide receiver after trading superstar pass-catcher Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins last month.