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Chiefs select Western Michigan receiver Skyy Moore to fill Tyreek Hill void

After trading away star wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins for a haul of draft picks, the Kansas City Chiefs picked Skyy Moore.

Update:
Chiefs hope Skyy's the limit for wide receiver Moore.

The Kansas City Chiefs selected wide receiver Skyy Moore with the 54th pick in the NFL Draft.

Moore, 21, has shot up draft boards since the beginning of the pre-draft process after running a slick 4.41 40-yard dash, and had seven games in 2021 with at least eight catches and 100 yards.

Moore to provide Mahomes with a target

The Western Michigan receiver’s best game came against Northern Illinois, with 12 catches for 206 yards and four touchdowns. From 12 games, he finished the season with 1,292 yards and 10 touchdowns from 95 receptions.

Kansas City are in desperate need of wide receiver help after trading superstar Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, and the hope will be that Moore can fill the role of a field-stretcher for Patrick Mahomes.

Moore was the 13th wide receiver selected in the first 54 picks, setting an NFL Draft record.

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