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

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Clemson Tigers wide receiver Martavis Bryant (1)  Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Martavis Bryant, Clemson

Martavis Bryant was a player that flew under the radar most of the season. Clemson’s other star wide out, Sammy Watkins, got most of the attention but Bryant came on very strong for the tigers down the stretch.

Bryant stands at 6’4 and weighs 200 pounds– making him another huge bodied receiver in this very deep class. Bryant just completed his junior season at Clemson where he had 42 receptions, 828 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns. He really elevated his stock with great performances at North Carolina State (6 rec, 73 yards, 2 TD), against Georgia Tech (5 rec, 176 yards, TD) and in the Orange Bowl victory over Ohio State (3 rec, 28 yards, two red-zone TDs), all games in which were prime time for every one to see.

He’s projected to be taken in the 2nd or 3rd round and again, could be one of those guys that gets over looked and falls into the Chiefs lap. You just never know how these drafts play out sometimes. Martavis Bryant could be a great addition to the Chiefs receiving corps.