2015 NFL Draft: Who will drop to the Kansas City Chiefs?
We all listen to the NFL Draft analysts. Everyone hears Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay, Mike Mayock, Daniel Jeremiah and others, believing that these men know all the answers. In reality, they are educated, but not anything remotely close to fact.
The NFL Draft is a living, breathing thing. Teams move up and down, deciding to make a play for an elite player or stockpiling picks. On Thursday night, the first round will be filled with surprises and trades, perhaps even with the Kansas City Chiefs.
One thing is for certain, though. A player nobody expects to be at No. 18, will absolutely be there.
There is always talk about a guy having no chance to fall past a certain team. It is complete nonsense. Outside of Jameis Winston and Leonard Williams, anybody in the draft this year could become a member of the Chiefs. Yes, some are far less likely than others, but it could happen.
My pick to fall? DeVante Parker.
Parker is a mega-prospect with a huge frame and great hands. He is predicted by most to be the third receiver off the board behind Alabama’s Amari Cooper and Kevin White of West Virginia. The prognosticators believe Parker will come off the board between picks 10-12, which are held by the St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns, respectively. What happens if the Rams take Cooper and the Browns take White? The next destination would probably be No. 14 with the Miami Dolphins. However, they could either pass or take Breshad Perriman, Dorial Green-Beckham, etc.
The point is, keep you mind open. Draft season is a crazy place, with more twists and turns than a backwoods country road. So, Addicts, who is your pick to fall in the draft?