The Kansas City Chiefs continue to have a solid draft. After bolstering the offensive and defensive lines on the first two nights of the draft, the Chiefs started off the draft's third day by drafting Fresno State wide receiver Devon Wylie.
One of my favorite sleepers in the draft, Wylie is a crisp route runner who is lightning quick in and out of his cuts.
Here's what I wrote about Wylie in my All-Underrated Team article:
Few players in the draft are as quick as Devon Wylie. He accelerates very quickly in and out of his cuts, making him a terrific route runner. Add to that his reliable hands, and with some NFL strength training, Wylie could become a dangerous slot receiver.
Kansas City plugged the biggest hole on their roster with one of the biggest men in the draft, Dontari Poe. They then added depth to an offensive line that really needed it.
With the selection of Wylie, who will be a dangerous slot receiver, the Chiefs are having one of the best drafts in the entire league, in my opinion.
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