Fansided Local & NFL Sites 2014 NFL Mock Draft (Picks 1 – 25)

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Dec 21, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Southern California Trojans players Javorious Allen (37), Marqise Lee (9) and Anthony Sarao (56) celebrate after the Las Vegas Bowl against the Fresno State Bulldogs at Sam Boyd Stadium. USC defeated Fresno State 45-20. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

#23 Kansas City Chiefs Select Marqise Lee, USC, Wide Receiver – One of the most productive wide receivers in the draft, Lee fits both the needs of the Chiefs and is the best player available in the draft. Kansas City’s passing offense struggled against more stout defenses because of their lack of weapons at wide receiver. Donnie Avery struggled all season as the number two receiver opposite of Dwayne Bowe. His Pro Football Focus grade was below -8, and his key drops in big games hurt the Chiefs frequently. Lee would be a one of a few pieces the Chiefs need to add to their offense if they are going to take the next step in 2014.

Selection Made By KC Kingdom: See the detailed write up on the Lee selection here on their site.

#24 Cincinnati Bengals Select CJ Mosley, Alabama, Linebacker – The Cincinnati Bengals select CJ Mosley with the 24th pick. Mosley fills a need/roll for the Cincinnati Bengals at the linebacker position. He will compete with James Harrison for playing time although it is more likely he will be used as the backup to Harrison but should Harrison retire the Bengals will be there to grab him.

Selection Made By RiverFrontBall: See the detailed write up on their selection of Mosley here on their site.