2018 NFL mock draft: 7-round mock for the Kansas City Chiefs
By Matt Conner
No. 122 overall
Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis
While the defense could use some further help here, if Anthony Miller is indeed available when the Chiefs select in the fourth round, it should be an immediate race to the podium.
Miller has been a highly productive receiver for Memphis over the last two seasons, as illustrated by his incredible 32 receiving touchdowns in that time. With 191 catches over that span, he’s proven the ability to be the go-to receiver, even when opposing defenses know he’s going to be targeted. In addition, Miller comes with some experience as a punt returner, adding an option for a special teams coach like Dave Toub.
Miller is an ideal candidate to step in and compete for the Chiefs at slot receiver after losing Albert Wilson in free agency to the Miami Dolphins. Chris Conley should be the primary WR to get a look there, but Miller would give the Chiefs another option, especially long-term since Conley is scheduled to be a free agent next season.