KC Chiefs 2015 NFL Draft Wish List: Day Two

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The first round of the 2015 NFL Draft is now completed and the KC Chiefs drafted a top ten talent in Washington cornerback Marcus Peters with the 18th overall pick.

Peters fell down the boards because he had character issues that caused him to be suspended and then later released by his team. Despite his character issues you can’t deny his talent.

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Now teams have moved on to day two of the draft which takes place at 6PM CT, and features rounds two and three.

Like round one, the Chiefs could go in any direction to bolster their squad and it is impossible to narrow it down to a few players or even a few positions but we will give you our picks for the best options still available.

The KC Chiefs have the 17th pick (49th overall) in the second round, and the 16th (80th overall) and 34th (98th overall) in the third round of the draft.

Without further ado here is our top ten players for day two of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Number One

Most readers of KC Kingdom don’t need to be told about the troubles that Dorial Green-Beckham got into during his college career with the Missouri Tigers. Despite all the issues he had, his talent is undeniable. Without all the off the field incidents he could have easily been a top ten pick based on his talent and potential alone.

The KC Chiefs don’t need a star wide receiver to lead the offense and stand in the spotlight. They already have that in Jeremy Maclin. What the Chiefs do need is a wide receiver on the opposite side of the offense from Maclin. They currently have Jason Avant and Albert Wilson who are capable of stepping up into that role but neither of them are expected to be much better than average.

"Physical specimen with rare athleticism and triangle numbers (size/speed/strength) for his frame. Plays with balance and core power to keep his center of gravity. Uses long-striding acceleration to get vertical in a hurry and create separation in his routes. Strong plant-and-go burst in his breaks, effortlessly shifting his momentum in his patterns, not having to gear down when changing directions. -Courtesy of Dane Brugler of CBS Sports"

Green-Beckham is projected as the fifth best wide receiver, and 28th best overall prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft according to CBS Sports. He slipped out of the first round, but there is not a very good chance that he slips all the way down to the 49th overall pick when the Chiefs are on the clock.

The KC Chiefs would likely need to trade up for the opportunity to select Green-Beckham and he is one of the two players I would fully support the Chiefs making a move for. They still have nine picks left in the draft so they have the ammo to make a move but do they value Green-Beckham enough? Keep in mind compensatory picks can not be traded though.

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