Kansas City Chiefs Complete 2014 NFL Mock Draft


Aug 31, 2013; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators defensive back Marcus Roberson (5) against the Toledo Rockets during the second half at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Florida Gators defeated the Toledo Rockets 24-6. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Here is a complete 2014 NFL Mock Draft for the Kansas City Chiefs, including a big receiver option in the first round.

#23 – Marquise Lee, WR, USC

The Chiefs would want O’Dell Beckham Jr. here, but with the Jets in front of them, I’d be shocked if the LSU wide-out fell. Lee has a risk factor, but I think he’s what Alex Smith needs to keep chugging along in that offense. Don’t be too afraid of USC receivers just yet!

#87 – Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida

Roberson will add much-needed help to the Chiefs’ secondary here. While defense is what you think of when you project the 2014 season, it’s clear that the current corners on the roster will make it risky for Andy Reid to expect success.

#120 – Yawin Smallwood, LB, Connecticut

Smallwood’s stock has fallen a bit since the 2013 season, but I’m not sure why. What his tape has shown is impressive, and the Chiefs need to sure up their linebacking corps. Smallwood could be one of the draft’s biggest steals.

#163 – James Hurst, OT, North Carolina

Don’t let injuries scare you – Hurst can play! The Chiefs know they can wait on a solid tackle prospect in this draft, and they should. If they end up with someone even close to Hurst’s ability at 163, they become the instant winners of the late rounds.

#193 – Russell Bodine, OL, North Carolina

With back-to-back Tarheel picks, the Chiefs sure up their offensive line in a big way. Bodine is an interior guy that can fill a spot on the depth chart and make the Kansas City coaches feel a bit more secure.

#200 – Matt Hazel, WR, Coastal Carolina

Hazel is a prospect ready to compete for a 53-man roster spot, and the Chiefs need a few more options for Alex Smith. In a few years, Hazel and Lee could become one of the league’s best duos.

What do you think, Chiefs fans? Would you be pleased with this draft?