The Kansas City Chiefs are making a decision to take a Day 2 selection on a wide receiver, with Tyreek Hill not on the roster.
The Chiefs made a quick selection and selected Skyy Moore, a Western Michigan wide receiver, with the 54th pick.
Moore was a star at Western Michigan in 2021, catching 95 passes for 1,292 yards with 10 touchdowns. Strong performances at the NFL Combine helped Moore boost his draft stock.
Moore ran a 4.41 in the 40 yard dash and a 34.5 inch vertical.
Moore’s role in Kansas City this fall is still unclear. However, there is a possibility that he could take over as No. 1 wide receiver on our depth chart. He’s at the very minimum a good fit for Andy Reid’s system.
If there was ever a match made in draft heaven in Round 2 it’s Skyy Moore to Chiefs w Big Andy and @PatrickMahomes
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) April 30, 2022
Jay Glazer, a FOX Sports insider, tweeted that “If there was ever an ideal match in draft heaven in Round 2, it’s Skyy Moor to Chiefs with Big Andy and Patrick Mahomes.”
Although the Chiefs have already proven to be playmakers with JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes Scantling and Marquez Vades-Scantling respectively, Moore would be a great addition to the team.
Chiefs fans, do you feel that Moore will one day be a Pro Bowl wide receiver for the Chiefs?