2014 NFL Draft: Kansas City Chiefs Draft Order, Final Mock Draft

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Oct 26, 2013; Lawrence, KS, USA; Baylor Bears wide receiver Tevin Reese (16) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Kansas Jayhawks in the first half at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

SIXTH ROUND (200 overall): Tevin Reese, WR, Baylor

HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 163

40: 4.41 3-CONE: 6.63 VERTICAL: 41

Looking for a Dexter McCluster replacement? Meet Tevin Reese.

Reese has the the downfield explosiveness and the in-space elusiveness the Chiefs are losing with McCluster. While Reese probably isn’t going to be an every down guy because of his size, he can create some mismatches for Andy Reid in certain packages that could turn into big plays. Reese was excellent in his time at Baylor stretching the field and running deep routes, a dynamic Kansas City has lacked for several years.

Special teams could also be a place Reese factors in. He has good hands and can make people miss. His speed would be very useful on Dave Toub’s special teams unit.

SIXTH ROUND (193): Marqueston Huff, FS, Wyoming

HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 196

40: 4.46 3-CONE: 7.26 VERTICAL: 35 1/2

A developmental prospect, Marquestion Huff has some good upside to be a strong player in the Chiefs’ secondary in a year or two. Huff has a lot of quickness and show the desire to play a physical brand of football, something the Chiefs look to be trying to add to their roster. Huff was transitioned to free safety this season so there are some technical things he has to work on, but the versatility of knowing how to play cornerback and safety will be very helpful for a Chiefs team that likes to throw a ton of defensive backs on the field.

Size is a bit of an issue for Huff, who at the low end of Dorsey’s height requirement. He is near 200 pounds with room to get bigger so that is a plus. Huff also has small hands which some think will cause issues for in when it comes to intercepting passes.