Kiper Jr. gives yet another WR to Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has posted his second NFL mock draft of the seasonInsider for those with Insider access. The position for the Kansas City Chiefs hasn't changed from his initial mock but the player has.

This time, Kiper gives Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith to the Chiefs. He had the Chiefs going in his previous mock with another wide receiver, Dorial Green-Beckham of Missouri by way of Oklahoma.

Interestingly, Kiper has dropped Green-Beckham out of the first round this time.

Smith is a most interesting prospect. He's fast and, as Kiper points out in his analysis of the pick, plays bigger than his listed size of 6-0 and 190 pounds.

There's a lot to like with Smith, who should eventually be able to step into the No. 1 receiver's role for the Chiefs. That's probably a bit much to ask of him as a rookie but he still should be able to help in 2015 a group of wide receivers that was last in the league in catches, yardage and touchdowns.

Kiper has Smith as the fifth receiver to go in his mock, following Alabama's Amari Cooper, West Virginia's Kevin White, Louisville's Devante Parker and Central Florida's Breshad Perriman.

If you're keeping score, Kiper and fellow ESPN analyst Todd McShay have done a total of four mock drafts this year. The Chiefs have selected a wide receiver in all of them with Green-Beckham going twice, White once and now Smith.