Round 3: Nathaniel Dell, Houston
In the same category as Jordan Addison, Nathaniel Dell is a smaller receiver with great skills as a route runner. At Houston, Dell was a threat on all levels. He could be a deep threat, catch the ball in the middle of the field, or be a screen technician. He ended up accounting for over 3,000 yards in his career along with 32 touchdowns. As a collegiate athlete, he is about as good as they come.
Dell would fit the mold of what the Chiefs value in a receiver. With similarities to that of Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore, Dell would be another threat to score at any level. A lot of NFL teams have been at least intrigued by Dell, so it would not be shocking if he was gone before round 3.
Round 4: Jonathan Mingo, Ole Miss
What do you know? Another gigantic, athlete of a wide receiver from Ole Miss. Similar to DK Metcalf and AJ Brown, Jonathan Mingo has a large frame with explosive play-making ability. While Mingo is certainly not on their level, a fourth-round investment would be well worth the risk for Kansas City.
Mingo is quick in and out of his routes and is surprisingly fast in the open field. In Andy Reid’s system, he would be an excellent middle-of-the-field threat. With good strength and power in his lower half, Mingo presents a unique problem for defensive backs. In a receiving room that features a lot of smaller receivers, Mingo would be a welcomed change of pace.