2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Have Ten Picks

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Louisville Cardinals wide receiver DeVante Parker (9) – Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

The KC Chiefs have several areas they need to address in the 2015 NFL Draft. Luckily for us diehard fans, Fanspeak has an On the Clock feature that allows one to have their own 2015 NFL Mock Draft. I used this website and was able to draft all seven rounds and 10 total picks for this year’s draft.

I’ve done a few of these in the past, but this is the first one where I’ve been able to draft more than just once a round. Needless to say, I was able to address several of the team’s needs (based on what CBS Sports thought, since that’s the big board I used).

With all of the moves made in free agency, I was able to use the Kansas City Chiefs’ first round pick on the best available player.

All off season long, the Kansas City Chiefs have been linked with drafting a wide receiver in the first round. DeVante Parker, again according to the big board I used, was considered the 13th best player available in the draft and was still on the board by the time pick 18 rolled around.

The Chiefs acquired Jeremy Maclin in free agency, but also cut ties with Dwayne Bowe, Donnie Avery, and A.J. Jenkins. With Parker available at the 18th spot means he’d likely be a front runner for the second wide receiver spot in Kansas City. The team also has Jason Avant, Junior Hemingway, De’Anthony Thomas, and Albert Wilson on their wide receiver roster.

"Parker does his best work when the ball is in the air. He uses his height and wingspan to consistently snatch anything that comes his way. Parker isn’t going to overpower cornerbacks and he will have more contested catches than most explosive wideouts. He has consistently posted eye-popping yards-per-catch numbers during his time at Louisville and showed of solid athleticism at the combine. Parker has the potential to be a legitimate lead receiver for a West Coast offense. – Lance Zierlein of NFL.com"

If DeVante Parker’s name is followed by the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday, April 30th, a lot of Chiefs fans would be very happy.

Next: Fixing the Secondary