Readers’ Mock Draft: Kansas City Chiefs Sixth Round Pick (Part 2)


Nov 16, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Panthers wide receiver Devin Street (15) runs after a pass reception against the North Carolina Tar Heels during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Tar Heels won 34-27. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The votes are in and it is now time to announce the Readers’ first of two sixth round picks for the Kansas City Chiefs.

With the 193rd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Readers’ of Arrowhead Addict select Devin Street, a wide receiver from Pittsburgh.

Really love this pick. Street has excellent size and solid speed to go with versatility in where he can be lined up on the field. He’s a high character guy with a good work ethic and seems like the typer of player who could grow into the Jason Avant role in Andy Reid’s offense.

Here’s where the Readers’ draft is through five of six picks:

1st Round: S Calvin Pryor

3rd Round: WR Donte Moncrief

4th Round: OT Ja’Waun James

5th Round: RB/WR De’Anthony Thomas

6th Round: WR Devin Street

Strong draft so far. Let’s finish strong.


Has the body and frame to succeed in three and five technique. Probably more a future run down stuffer than a pass rusher.


A future “Joe Mays” type with decent athleticism and a good ceiling. Has some work ethic and character issues. A good locker room and coaching could unlock a starting-caliber football player.


A solid backup tight end with decent hands and good blocking skills. Does not have a great ceiling but would provide decent depth as a sixth round pick behind Travis Kelce and Anthony Thomas.


An undersized, speedy wide receiver who is strong in the return game. Durability concerns limit his upside.


Strong run blocker who still has a lot of development left in the passing game. Good coaching could unlock staring right guard upside in a year or two.


So who is it going to be, Addicts?