19. Tyreek Hill, WR, Kansas City
If you can take away his off-field issues, Hill is surely in the upper-echelon of wide receivers in the NFL. Pat Mahomes gets a lot of credit for his success, but Hill had over 1,100 yards receiving in 2017 with Alex Smith at quarterback. He also contributes more in the rushing game than virtually any other wide receiver in the NFL. Also, when it comes to straight-line speed, Hill may be the fastest wide receiver in the league, which makes him one of the NFL’s most dangerous playmakers.
With the off-field stuff seemingly behind him, there seems to be nothing standing in Hill’s way from having another outstanding season in 2019. He remains Mahomes’ top target in the passing game and Kansas City’s best playmaker. If the Chiefs attain the level of success most believe they’re capable of, there’s little doubt that Hill will be in the middle of everything.