2014 NFL Draft: Wide Receiver Prospects The Kansas City Chiefs Should Scout

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LSU Tigers wide receiver Jarvis Landry (80)  Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

Jarvis Landry, Louisiana State

Jarvis Landry has some of the best hands in the country, period. This kid had some absolutely ridiculous catches in 2013 for LSU and seriously has potential to be a star in the NFL. He’s projected to go somewhere in the late first to early second round, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him taken in the first.

Landry is built just like Marqise Lee- standing at 6’0 and weighing in at 195 pounds. Landry just completed his junior season where he had a career-high 77 catches for 1,193 yards and 10 touchdowns .

I’ve seen Landry in person and his ability to play the ball in the air is remarkable. His ability to locate the ball, position his body, and make the catch are all things that stand out for him on film. Don’t believe me? –> Check this out. <—

The Chiefs do not have a second round pick because of the deal they made with San Francisco to acquire Alex Smith– so Landry might not be at the top of their boards and he could slip through the cracks. He has potential to be this years Keenan Allen for whatever team picks him up but it would be awesome to see him making spectacular catches for the Chiefs.