NFL Draft 2010: Kansas City Chiefs Get Dynamic Playmaker in McCluster

April 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Kansas City Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli wasn't joking when he said that his club was going to go after some high profile playmakers in this year's version of the NFL draft.
It would appear that Pioli and his staff hit a home run with the second-round pick of Ole Miss RB/WR Dexter McCluster.
McCluster amassed nearly 2,000 yards on the ground while picking up just over 1,700 receiving yards in his very productive career at the University of Mississippi.
Looking deeper into the stats, McCluster never fumbled once and rarely dropped passes, as he is known to be very sure-handed when the ball is thrown to him.
Something that you will not see in the stats, however, is McCluster's speed. The man is a touchdown waiting to happen. In one highlight video, DMC as they call him, is seen juking a University of Tennessee defender so bad that he ends up stumbling and almost tackling his own defensive teammate.
Pioli, head coach Todd Haley, and new offensive coordinat...

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