2014 NFL Mock Draft: Kiper, McShay Go WR

For the Kansas City Chiefs to improve on last season, they will have to address several holes in free agency and the draft. Among all trouble areas, it seems to be the general consensus that wide receiver is at the top of the list.

Certainly ESPN’s top NFL Draft analysts — Todd McShay and Mel Kiper  — seem to feel that way. In their latest mock drafts, they both have projected receivers to Andy Reid and the Chiefs.

For Kiper, his choice is Kelvin Benjamin from Florida State, while McShay is currently going with LSU’s Odell Beckham Jr. The two may believe receiver is the best option, but McShay singled out Benjamin as being too much of a risk to take that high.

McShay also offered Fresno State WR Davante Adams and Notre Dame DL Stephon Tuitt as options for GM John Dorsey in that part of the first round.

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