KC Chiefs 2015 NFL Draft Wish List: Wide Receivers

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Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Rashad Greene (80) – Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Rashad Greene would be a nice second round option due to the versatility he’d bring to Kansas City. This Florida State wideout could be plugged in as a slot receiver or on the outside and would be comfortable with either spot. This bodes well for Alex Smith and company, especially since Smith isn’t known to be a down field throwing type of guy.

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  • Greene is terrific at creating separation from defenders and he can adjust to poorly made throws, all according to NFL.com.

    "Very productive in big games and at big times. Greene has the athleticism and quicks to get open and has a natural smoothness in his routes. He might get pigeon-holed into a slot position, but that might not be a bad thing. Greene needs more route polish but should be able to compete for snaps right away. – NFL.com"

    Although NFL.com has Greene as a third or fourth round projection, CBS Sports sees him as a second round projection, and I could definitely see that. A former National Championship wide receiver who caught passes from Jameis Winston for two seasons will be a hot commodity in the draft.

    The Kansas City Chiefs would enjoy a receiver with a skill set like Greene’s, and that’s why he’s on my wish list for the draft.

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