The Kansas City Chiefs selected Fresno State WR Devon Wylie in the 4th round of the NFL draft with the 107th overall pick. Wylie had been projected to go anywhere from the 4th to the 7th round depending on the analyst. He said during an interview that KC was one of the three teams most likely to draft him, and he was right.
Widely considered the fastest player in Fresno State history, Wylie clocked a 4.39 at the NFL Combine with a scary 39.5" vertical leap while earning the inevitable Wes Welker comparisons. He struggled with injuries while at Fresno State, only staying healthy for his senior season. While he didn't produce much at the college level (98 catches for 1327 yards and 8 TDs over his career), his speed and agility as well as his returning ability were enough for the Chiefs to add him to their stable of WRs. He is the only Fresno State player selected in this year's draft.