Kansas City Chiefs draft watch: Week 1 prospects

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Kansas City Chiefs draft prospect J'mon Moore
Kansas City Chiefs draft prospect J’Mon Moore. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images) /

Kansas City Chiefs Draft Prospects

Wide Receiver

There is a lot to be excited about with all the youth and potential the Kansas City Chiefs currently have at wide receiver. However, it is foolish to think that all of these guys will develop into top talent. Wide receiver is a position that sees a lot of turnover, and the Chiefs will definitely have to be thinking about that. A top end receiver is not out of the picture.

J’mon Moore – Missouri

The Missouri Tigers found themselves in a genuine shootout this past week. J’mon Moore played a big role in that as he racked up two touchdowns and 187 yards…on just four catches! Moore showed that he has the talent to be a big play receiver who can strike from anywhere. He’d be a great fit with Patrick Mahomes.

Parris Campbell – Ohio State

The Ohio State Buckeyes are absolutely loaded with draft talent this year. One of the more impressive players on their stacked lineup is wide receiver Parris Campbell. The 6’1 junior seemed to do whatever he wanted against the Hoosier defense, and racked up an impressive numbers day.

Auden Tate – Florida State

There weren’t many bright spots for Florida State this weekend. Auden Tate essentially provided the only highlights of the night for the Seminoles with his performance on the team’s second drive. Tate hauled in a solid 38 yard reception, and then capped the drive with a three yard touchdown. He was shut down for the rest of the night.