2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Get A Steal In First Two Rounds

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West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Kevin White (11) – Mandatory Credit: Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports

The 2015 NFL Draft begins on Thursday night, and no one really knows what direction the KC Chiefs are deciding to go with as far as their first round pick (18th overall). In my final 2015 NFL mock draft, I decided to select the best player available in the first two rounds, and was quite shocked at who I was able to come away with.

I used Fanspeak’s On the Clock feature, which is pretty spiffy. If you have some time before the first round, check it out for sure.

The first round was shocking, as the player I drafted is slated to be a top 10 pick, but alas he fell to me all the way at 18th.

Somehow, someway, I was able to select Kevin White out of West Virginia with the 18th overall pick. Not only was White the best player available on the board, but the Kansas City Chiefs definitely need help at the wide receiver position. In other words, this was a no brainer.

White is slated to go sometime in the top 10 so I’m not sure how this happened, but hey, I’ll take it. Most mocks seem to think White will end up going seventh overall to the Chicago Bears. With the Bears recently trading Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets, this pick definitely would make sense for them.

In the article cited above, Jeff Dickerson, the Chicago Bears beat writer, said,

"McShay’s decision is hardly surprising. Despite White’s limited body of work at West Virginia, may feel he is capable of stepping in for Brandon Marshall, who is now a member of the Jets."

This is a similar situation for the Chiefs, who picked up Jeremy Maclin during the off season and released Dwayne Bowe as a result. The need for a number two wide receiver is imminent and if Kevin White falls to 18, PLEASE TAKE HIM KANSAS CITY.

Next: Best Available In Round 2